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Finishing Touches 



Table of Contents 

Special Events 16 

Seniors 44 

Underclassmen 72 

Faculty 92 

Clubs 114 

Sports 138 

Index 182 



Elizabethtown College, Ellzabethtown, PA; Taylor Publishing Company 

THE HIGH LIBRARY 
ELIZABETHTOWN COLLEGE 
ELIZA3ETHTOWN, PA 17022-2227 



Opening n 



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tlycrs and a letter from Mom teliint 
you to call home. Dave HolTnian 
takes time out to participate in tiie 
daily ritual of checking the m;iil 



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Jessie Nalpathanchil and Liz Heiser prepare themselves tor 
a weekend excursion— have fun girls! 



Lisa Hahn and Megan Krusinan jt)in the crowd to chc 
on the men's socccer team. 



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He paid $ 1 8,000 and didn't even get a desk! Mark Makary is reduced 
to doing his homework on the gymnasium tloor. 






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The BSC terrace is a favorite place 
to stop and check out what came in 
the mail. 



Heather Showalter strategically 
plots her target area in the com- 
muter lot for the Cow Plop competi- 
tion. 



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Melanie Gard enjoys E- 
town's new meal exchange al 




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Some days we smell ehocolate, some days we smell cows. 
Brian DeFilippis, Mylan Martin, and Beth Nagle concen- 
trate on the cow portion during the Cow Plop competition. 

Part of the tun of Thanksgiving Dinner is getting to carve 
the turkey. Christa Koppenhocfer demonstrates her 
expertise. 



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Julie O'Donnell and Liz Karvelis stand back and 
enjoy the activities of Homecoming. 




The intramural Lady Jays are ready 
for their next challege. 



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When the weather turns nice, it's time 
to stake out your favorite spot in ihc 
ticll and Latch sonic ravs. 




"Was thai a trick question'" Heather Ranch sniili 
unceriainlv at the host of the Datins; Game. 



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Education rises to the t'orefront! Welf Stegemeyer risi<s the family fortune 
(otcay. it was only the laundry money) at APB's Casino Night. 




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All dressed up. . .and somewhere to 
go. Christine Eberly and her date 
are caught on film before the 
Winter Formal. 



John Wolf and Betsy Havens debate 
using their pumpkin as a basketball. 



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With a smile and a wave, Jeremy 
Raimo strolls the campus during 
beautiful spring weekend. 




As the weather brightened, students left their books and 
went outside to enjoy the company of friends. 



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The entertainment scheduled for TGIS '94 drew a crowd of students to the lawn 

.nween Ober and Brinser. From caricature drawings to the clam bake, the 
weekend had it all! 




Casino Night was only one of the 
exciting new additions to Etown 
weekends, thanks to APB. 



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TGIS is the one weekend a year 
when anything goes. Pigtails and 
teddybears'.' Hey. it's all pan of the 
chann! 




This happy couple enjoys the good food, company, and 
entertainment of TGIS Weekend. 



Keeping stats doesn't have to be all work and no play. Barb 
Fussaro looks likes she's enjoying her position on the 
Softball team. 



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When all else fails, try the cereal 
bar-it's a favorite for breakfast, 
lunch, and dinner. 



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ASCOTA members took their turn 
selling baked goods during the Spring 
Arts Festival. 




There was never a dull moment during the Battle of the 
Air Bands. Students were delighted and amazed by the 
antics of their peers. 



Jen Chestnut couldn't resist adding the finishing touch to 
her outfit with this crown of dandelions. 



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Colors United pleased all with their energetic 
performances during TGIS Weekend. 





The Winter Wonderland dance was 
a large success as students came to 
enjoy the holiday atmosphere. 
Proceeds from the dance benefitted 
a local charity. 



Good times, good friends, and good 
food! You can find all three at the 
caf. 



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Shannon, Allison, Katie, and Wendy 
make their way back to Schlosser after 
enjoying brunch. 




The Village People stole the show at the air band 
competition. With great costume.s and choreography, 
it's no wonder. 

Smiling faces can be found everywhere you look here at 
Etown. 



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George Crampton, Sandra Hartman, and Valerie Degler were only a few 
participants in Etown's version of "The Dating Game". 





TGIS Weekend was the perfect 
opportunity to take time out of a 
hectic study schedule and enjoy 
time with friends. This twosome 
relaxes in the shade of a tree while 
catching up on the past week's 
events. 



The wiggling, jiggling, green mass 
of lime jello provided a much 
needed release of tension at the end 
of a long week. 



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inishing 



special events 

What puts the finishing touches on col- 
lege life at E-town after classes, sports, 
clubs, and faculty? Special events cap- 
ture the unique moments of the year. 
This year's students participated in a 
wide array of activities ranging from the 
Freshman Walk to the traditional grad- 
uation ceremonies. The greatest mo- 
ments included Sumo Wrestling at 
Homecoming, Moonlight dancing at 
Winter Wonderland, the reality of the AIDS 
Quilt, the live concert featuring the Wailers at 
TGIS, student performances at the Spring Arts 
Festival, and the magic of the Jr. Sr. to just 
name a few. With each new event that is added, 
the years at E-town become more exciting and 
memorable. 




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RESHMAN WALK 



This year's Fresh- 
man Walk was once again 
a huge success! This an- 
nual gigantic icebreaker 
had the entire class walk- 
ing three abreast around 
Elizabethtown in a total 
bonding experience. Up- 
perclassmen accompa- 
nied them, asking trivia 
questions about the 
school. 

Freshmen and up- 
perclassmen alike ap- 
peared to have a good 
time. Freshman April 
Beeman explained, "It 
was a lot of fun because 
you got to meet a lot of 



new people." Although 
there were many freshman 
ice breakers, the Fresh- 
man Walk always seems 
to be the favorite and most 
memorable for the stu- 
dents. 

The Freshman 
Orientation activities 
were topped off by the 
annual concert by the fa- 
mous Dave Binder. Up- 
perclassmen and fresh- 
men alike enjoyed sing- 
ing in the dell. Who 
knows, maybe by senior 
year evei^one will be able 
to sing the "alligator song" 
up to speed. 



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Proving that guys can still be romantic. 
a young Romeo .sings his heart out lor 
an embarra.s.sed Michelle Hahn. 



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During the I'reshmen "run", these two guys tound out 
what freshmen kmding is all about, and it looks like 
ihey have the makings of a beautiful friendship. 

Proving his physical strength, this freshman carried 
another guy to the front of the line as a freshman girl ran 
along the side to pick up the pieces. 



Events 



Miriam Zucker sings tiie 
blues as her appearance in the 
annual talent show was a bis; 




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Shanti Conners, Rhonda 
Millin, and Doch Amachi. 
part of Colors United, 
prepare to unite their colors 
as they give a step perfor- 
mance. 

A \ isiling family partakes of 
a delicious meal in Hershey 
Hail dining the annual 
Parents' Weekend. 



Freshman Walk 

and 
Parents' Weekend 

"The walk was a fun 
way for all of us to act 
stupid but not look 
stupid." 

~ Lisa Satteson 

Who knows the theme to 
GilUgan's Island? 



"I liked the Freshman 
Walk because my 
roormnate's parents met 
at the Freshman Walk,— 
so I thought that there's 
hope for me too." 
—Lara KuUszewski 



Sing the Brady Bunch 
song! 



A tribute to the music of 
JeiTy Herman. 

Go up to the people's 
house and introduce 
yourself! 

The Talent Show. 



Special Events 



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Congratulations 

to the 1993-94 

College Scholars 



Gina M. Baldwin '94 
Charles D. Barto '95 

Jill R. Brett '95 
Cheryl Cinkutis '94 
Melanie J. Davis '95 
Nicole L. Garrett '94 

Stacey Gehrig '95 
Susanna L. Grubb '94 

Ethan E.Haase '94 

Jennifer L. Hanlon '94 

Sandra J. Hartman '95 

Rebecca S. Hassinger '94 

Elizabeth A. Havener '94 

Angela L. Heffner '94 

Tara K. Jennings '94 

Derick S. Kauffman '95 

Scott D.King '94 

Christa Koppenhoefer '94 

Martha J. Ladd '95 

Katrina J. Lape '94 

Matthew W. Lawrence '94 

John H. Leaman '95 

Greer S. Leuschner '94 

Daryl V. Miller '94 

Athena Mountis '94 

Megan C. O'Brien '95 

Laurie F. O'Hop '95 

Suzanne L. Orrs '95 

Amy B. Pierce '94 

JillD. Raimo '94 

Kristen M. Snook '95 

Sherry L. Troutman '94 




Provost Frederick F. Ritsch 
salutes the thirty-two college 
scholars on September 8. 

Hannah Sachs Cantor accepts 
an award. 

John W. Stites leads the 
concert choir in praise of God 
with Sound and Glorv Patri. 



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Proud College Scholars 
process to Thompson 
Gvmnasium. 



Prot'essors enjoy 
themselves despite the 
soggy conditions. 



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ONVOCATION 



As everyone fled 
the rain into Thompson 
Gymnasium, the Philadel- 
phia Brass did its best to 
welcome the scholars, 
professors, and guests to 
Convocation. This cer- 
emony, the official start 
of the academic year, is an 
opportunity to acknowl- 
edge those upperclassmen 
who have a grade point 
average of 3.75 or above. 

So what does a 
scholar with a 3.75 or 
above feel about his or 
her accomplishment? 
Laughingly, Suzanne 
Orrs, '95, said she "felt 
like a nerd." After the 
laughter ceased, she did 
admit, "It is nice to be 
recognized for hard work 
and achievements." 
Suzanne summarized the 
purpose of Convocation, 
a time for those who work 



hard to stand up and be 
commended. 

After the ap- 
plause, reality hit when 
the keynote speaker, 
Georgetown law profes- 
sor. Rabbi David 
Saperstein. He asked, 
"Where is God?" After a 
brief pause of silence, he 
continued, "He or She is 
being destroyed by pov- 
erty, starvation, war, ur- 
ban America and failed 
democracy." It might ap- 
pear as if the world is 
doomed, but all is not lost. 
Saperstein challenged the 
youth that were present 
to take on the burden of 
today's problems. We are 
responsible for our own 
actions to ensure world 
peace. 

A benediction 
ended the ceremonies and 
sent guests on their way. 




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OMECOMING 



Blue Jay spirit was in tlie 
air at this year's home- 
coming weekend. Of 
course, the near perfect 
weather and crowds of 
returning alumni may 
have had something to do 
with it. Events such as 
sumo wrestling and a win- 
ning men's soccer game 
may have also contributed 
to the "homecoming fe- 
ver." 

This year's homecoming 
featured many events, 
some traditional and some 
surprisingly new. One of 
these new events was 
sumo wrestling. Destined 
to be a new sport at E- 



town, sumo wrestling fea- 
tured two opponents 
dressed in inflated sumo 
bodies. Crowds gathered 
and people cheered as stu- 
dents like Gary Sprengel 
and John Rorick tried to 
see who could "out-sumo 
who." Said Gary, "It is a 
thrill of a lifetime to be 
able to prove my man- 
hood in the ultimate battle 
of wits against longtime 
pal, John Rorick." 
Alumni enjoyed the day 
as well. 1993 graduate 
Pam Reeh had a great 
time. She said, "It's great 
to see all my friends back 
together again." 




J.G. Francis even gets into 
the homecoming festivities. 



Perplexed and amused, there 
certainly seem to be mixed 
emotions about sumo 
wrestling! 




Can you hit the bull's eye'.' 
(Auggie Acevedo) 



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OMECOMING 



Andrea Berry and Dee Jays keep their eyes peeled 
while they man the WWEC radio stand. 

Tara Sabo smiles as she gets ready to slam her opponent. 



From the excite- 
ment on the midway, 
people headed toward 
the soccer game where 
the Blue Jay winning 
tradition continued with 
a 5-0 win over William 
Patterson. During 
halftime, inductions into 
the athletic hall of fame 
were held. Also at 
halftime, the homecom- 
ing court was intro- 
duced, culminating with 
the crowning of Teri 
Campbell and Dave 
Arpa as queen and king. 
Junior court member 
Ayelet Rosenfeld 
handled her fame well, 
saying "It's a great 
feeling to have my 
friends cheering for me 
even though it was 
embarrassing. It made 
homecoming fun." 

Men's soccer 
wasn't the only sport of 
the day. Women's 



soccer tied 2-2 against 
Scranton in an exciting 
game that went into 
double overtime. The 
field hockey team also 
produced a victory by 
defeating Albright 2-1. 

At the end of the 
fun-filled day, many 
headed to the elegant 
candlelit dinner that 
made you forget you 
were in the cafeteria. 
The annual dinner 
served everything from 
stuffed shells to peel- 
and-eat shrimp. 

Overall, every- 
one seemed to have a 
great time. Senior 
Roberta Moore sums up 
what are probably the 
feelings of most seniors, 
"I hked this homecom- 
ing because I saw a lot 
of my friends come 
back. I can't wait to 
come back next year and 
have that same feeling." 




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The HOSTAGE ; 



Northern Ireland 
came to life in 
Elizabethtown as the De- 
partment of Fine and Per- 
forming Arts presented 
Brenden Bohan's The 
Hostage on November 
12, 13, 19 and 20. This 
1958 play encapsulates 
the realistic saga of sur- 
viving in that war-torn 
society. The audience ex- 
periences a poignant day 
in the slums of Dublin. 

The Hostage re- 
volves around the title 
character, Leslie Will- 
iams, a British service- 
man held captive by the 
Irish Republican Army. 



The play is set in a seedy board- 
ing house, but four walls can 
not contain the breadth of this 
emotional journey. The plot 
meanders through the humor- 
ous antics of a motley assort- 
ment of characters, and a bit- 
tersweet romance is glimpsed 
between the Hostage and 
Teresa, the house maid, until 
crashing to the heartbreakingly 
violent conclusion. 

Memorable perfor- 
mances were turned in by a 
cast filled with many players 
taking their first bows on 
Etown's stage. The production 
was also the first in the newly 
redesigned Alumni Theater. 




"We're just looking pretly 
for the picture." 



All eyes are focused on Alysia 
Shields as she captures the 
limelight in this year's produc- 
tion of The Hostage. 




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by Branden Bohan 






directed by Michael 






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Pat - Ed Lee 






Meg Dillion - Kelly Calnon 






Monsewer - Craig Hergert 




Tim Miller has a captive bunch 
of admirers. 


Rio Rita - Dan McHenry 




Princess Grace - Mike Burke 






Mr. Mulledy - Timothy Ian 




Professor Hergert shows off his 


Miller 




true talents and wardrobe to a 


Miss Gilchrist - Miriam 




delighted E-town audience. 


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Colette - Alysia Shields 
Ropeen - Jessica Geis 
Bobo - Valerie Zorger 
Miss Mouse - Jennifer 
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Kara Vichko 




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Jeffery Brooks 




Kelly Donovan 




Alexandra Ettinger 




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Sharon Harrigan 






Caren Heintzelman 




Kathryn McCluskey and Alysia 


Regina Kazanicka 




Shields let the moment move 


Ricahrd Lucas 




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Dan McHenry 
Timothy Ian Miller 




Kelly Calnan can't seem to keep 


Krysta Randies 




her hands off Rich Lucas. 


Heather Sheldon 
Amanda Stephens 
Kimberly Walters 










Special Events 


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What happens when 
college sludents combine a 
good time witii community ser- 
vice? A new tradition is born. 

There was a feehng 
among many members of the 
student body that the college 
ought to sponsora campus wide 
semi-formal. The Junior-Se- 
nior, though popular, was 
Uirgely restricted by class stand- 
ing, while the RLC event was 
limited by the nature of the 
establishment at which it was 
held. With this in mind, a com- 
mittee began work on the new 
Winter Wonderland, which 
would be open to all students. 

The suggestion was 
made that the addition of a 
charity aspect would highlight 
the new event, and so chairper- 
.son Jennifer Miller selected the 
Water Street Mission as a fo- 
cus. Part of the organization's 
function is to assist the less 
fortunate area families with 
nutritional support. It was de- 
cided that guests would be 
asked to bring canned goods as 
part of adinission. 

At the Winter Won- 
deriand. collection boxes were 
set out for non-perishable food 
items. By the end of the 
evening, these were filled with 
more than one thousand cans. 
The semi-formal was a huge 
success. 

After the dance, RLC 
members wrapped the dona- 
tion boxes as giant holiday gifts. 
These were then picked up by 
WaterStreet volunteers fordis- 
tribution in the Lancaster area. 

The 1993 Winter 
Wonderland was even more 
successful than previously, in- 
creasing both attendance and 
donations. It placed the finish- 
ing touches on the holidays of 
many people. 



To carve or not to carve, that 
is the question. 




Dean Crocker plays his 
as waiter extraordinaire. 

Melissa McClain dances th< 
night away at the semi- 
formal. 



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f^OLIDAYS 



AT E-TOWN 



E-town is scary enough, but to begin the 
hoHday season the campus went all out to get into 
the Halloween spirit. Three haunted houses were 
organized by students and faculty to be enjoyed by 
the community. 

Once again the students at E-town were 
treated to a Thanksgiving dinner served by their 
professors and even President Spiegler. There were 
turkeys with all the trimmings, candles for ambi- 
ance and the students were formally attired. It is 
nice to see the amiable interaction between the 
faculty and the students. We had the opportunity to 
see our professors serving us! 

As students were rushing around gathering 
Christmas gifts for their loved ones, the cafeteria 
crew had already planned their exquisite Christmas 
dinner. Even though it was a frigid evening, many 
friends, couples and faculty braved the cold to 
partake of a splendid meal. The Christmas holiday 
festivities at E-town were concluded with the 
annual Winter Wonderland Semi- formal in 
Hershey Hall. Hershey Hall was appropriately 
decorated with the holiday season and the semi- 
formal in mind which added to the party like 
atmosphere. Food and drinks were served, while 
couples danced the night, and the cold away! 



A Green Gables 
resident shows his true 
colors in the spirit of 
Halloween. 



Enjoying the semi-formal. 
Marty Schmalenberger 
gives a personal concert to 
his date, Jennifer Lynn. 




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PRING ARTS 



What better way to 
celebrate the arrival of 
spring than with the Spring 
Arts Festival and TGIS 
Weekend, April 22, 23, and 
24. These events are long 
awaited by students, staff, 
and townspeople alike. 
After the winter of 1994, 
everyone was ready to en- 
joy the great outdoors. No 
one could have asked for a 
more beautiful day. 

TGIS events began 
Friday night with the Battle 
of the Bands and contin- 
ued with t-shirts sales, a 
student lip sync contest, a 
jello slide, and a clambake. 



The weekend was con- 
cluded with the Waller's 
concert, which unfortu- 
nately didn't include a sur- 
prise appearance by Bob. 

Throughout the 
weekend, there was some- 
thing for every age and taste 
as the campus was filled 
with students, younger sib- 
lings (since it was also Little 
Sibs weekend!) and other 
family members. 

Spring Arts and 
TGIS provided the oppor- 
tunity for students to dis- 
play their talents and hard 
work. 




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Visitors and sludcnls piled on the 
library steps to listen to the melodious 
sound of the.se E-town males. 



Special Events 



At last, the prince has 
found the owner of the 
infamous slipper. 






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Mother Nature prdvided a 
gorgeous weekend for 
everyone to enjoy the Spring 
Arts Festival. 




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T.G.LS. 



'his group ga\e us all a flashback to the 70's 
erformed during the Battle of the Air Bands 

;ibs Weekend kicked off with a brunch in the 
lav mornino. 



As has come to 
be expected from any 
APB event, TGIS was 
once again an action- 
packed extravaganza that 
had something for every- 
one. This year, Little 
Sibs' Weekend was 
added to the schedule, 
adding even more excite- 
ment to the campus' an- 
nual spring celebration. 

Beginning on 
Saturday, little brothers 
and sisters arrived to 
spend two days with their 
older sibs and enjoy the 
festivities and special 
events planned for them. 
Sibs could be found prac- 
ticing their juggling and 
magic skills, posing for a 
carcicature drawing, and 
watching the various 
plays and concerts per- 
formed by college mus 



cians and acting groups. 
A few of the more cou- 
rageous even braved the 
crowd and took their 
turn at the Jello Slide. 

After the picnic 
and clambake, sibs 
could choose to see the 
Wallers' concert, view 
the Addams' Family 
Values, or get involved 
in pick-up games of 
baseball, soccer, and 
frisbee. The finishing 
touch on the weekend 
was the tie-dying and 
necklace making in the 
dell early Sunday after- 
noon. As the sibs de- 
parted, they left with 
many fond memories 
and a few souvenirs to 
remind them of the 
weekend spent at Etown 
College. 




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Good music, good company, and good times. 
Everyone at the JR/SR enjoyed the night. 



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This group proves that the fun 
didn't end with the last song. 




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The Names Project 

3 Goals: 

1. to illustrate the enor- 
mity of the AIDS epidemic 
by showing the humanity 
of the statistic. 

2. to provide a positive 
and creative means of 
expression for those whose 
lives have been touched by 
the epidemic. 

3. to support the raising of 
funds and encourage 
support for people living 
with AIDS/HIV and their 
loved ones. 

The Names Project was 
started by Cleve Jones in 
San Francisco. 

The first year it was dis- 
played, more than 2,000 
panels were spread on the 
Capitol Mall in Washing- 
ton, D.C. 

Since 1987, there have 
been over 1,000 displays of 
the Quilt in churches, 
schools, prisons, and malls. 

The Project has received 
over $1.5 million in dona- 
tions. 




Krislen Niedbala reads the 
dedications written by family 
members and friends in honor 
ol those who died. 

The panels of the Aids Quih 
created an almost reverent 
almoshpere in Hershey Hall, 
and \ isitors paid their 
respects silently. 

All visitors had the opportu- 
nity to sign the giant panel on 
the floor of the display area. 




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The words of the AIDS Quill were both reflective and 
inspirational. 



A crowd gathered for the ceremonies thai brought 
AIDS Awareness Week to a close. 



Aids quilt 



Students and faculty alike 
became more aware ot the 
danger of AIDS during 
AIDS Awareness Week. 
The activities included the 
opening ceremony, a 
candlelight vigil, several 
speakers, a non-denomi- 
national church service, 
and the closing ceremony. 
The featured event, 
though, was the NAMES 
Project AIDS Memorial 
Quilt which was displayed 
in Hershey Hall for three 
days. Campus members 
and the public were in- 
vited to view the Quilt, 
which consisted of 65 
units made of 520 panels. 
Although this was only a 
portion of the 27,000 piece 
quilt that had been laid 
out on the Capitol Mall in 
Washington, D.C., few 



who entered Hershey Hall 
and read the inscriptions 
left with dry eyes. The 
effect was tremendous. 

An estimated 3,000 
people paid tribute to the 
Quilt, and a total of 
$11,000 was raised dur- 
ing the weekend. The 
money will be distributed 
among three local benefi- 
ciaries. 

The Quilt honors the thou- 
sands who have been 
killed by the AIDS dis- 
ease. Its panels will con- 
tinue to travel, informing 
viewers of the severity and 
importance of AIDS. In 
bringing the Quilt to 
Elizabethtown College, 
everyone was touched by 
it and will always remem- 
ber "Not a Number, But 
A Name." 




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ENIOR WORSHIP 




The service was cnhain.'cil w illi Kehccca's tlute solo. 

Above: Addressing iiis I'ellow seniors. Kc\in Pugh does not ha\'i: 
all the answers to what may lie ahead. 



The worship service was a time for the graduating 
class to use their talents to give thanks for all 
thcy'se accomplished in the past four years. 



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SENIOR 

WORSHIP 

SERVICE 

1994 



The senior worship 
service is a long- 
lasting tradition at 
nearly every college 
and university. It is a 
time for the graduat- 
ing class to gather 
together in a spirit of 
thankfulness as they 
acknowledge all they 
have accompUshed 
and the bonds they 
have shared. The 
service includes a 
choir presentation, 
speakers from the 
graduating class, and 
performances by 
musicians and other 
artists. 




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Phil D'Addcrio listens 
carefully to the speaker 




40 



RADUATION 



The 91st annual com- 
mencement was a day that 
will long be remembered 
in the minds of its gradu- 
ates. With sunny skies and 
beautiful weather, the 
members of the class of 
1994 entered the dell with 
smiles on their faces and in 
their hearts as their friends 
and family members 
watched with pride. 
Promising to keep it short 



and sweet, this year's 
speaker, Judith 
Sheindlin, Supervis- 
ng Judge of New 
York Family Court, 
encouraged and con- 
gratulated the as- 
sembled graduates. 
A reception in 
Hershey Hall was pro- 
vided for all partici- 
pants and guests of the 
day's festivities. 




Special Events 1 14 1 



(jRADUATION 




Wilh the last words of" the 
ceremony, the new graduate 
rejoiced. 



Above: Rob L'hiier delivered 
his last speech as class presi- 
dent. 



Four years of hard work have finally paid off. and 
nothing could stop these smiles! 



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421 Special Events 




While some graduate;- 
ebrated, others took a moment to 
reflect on their careers and 
ponder what Hes ahead. 



DEPARTMENTAL 
HONORS 

1994 

BIOLOGY 

Elizabeth A. Havener 
BUSINESS 
Scott D. King 
Katrina J. Lape 
CHEMISTRY 
Kelly J. Sullivan 
COMMUNICATIONS 
Tara K. Jennings 
COMPUTER 
SCIENCE 
Stephen E. Fowler 
EDUCATION 
Amy B. Pierce 
ENGLISH 
Wendi D. Greenleaf 
FINE AND PER- 
FORMING ARTS 
Rebecca S. Hassinger 
MATHEMATICS 
Gina M. Baldwin 
OCCUPATIONAL 
THERAPY 
Kristy L. Savidge 
PHILOSOPHY 
Steven R. Tregea 
POLITICAL SCIENCE 
Ethan E. Haase 
PYSCHOLOGY 
Jill D. Raimo 
RELIGIOUS 
STUDIES 
Cheryl M. Lehman 
SOCIAL WORK 
Lynn R. Hacker 
SOCIOLOGY 
Chiista Koppenhoefer 



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touch of 



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seniors 

From the years of 1990 to 1994 the 
graduating seniors have progressed to 
excellence. They started out in an un- 
familiar community meeting new peo- 
ple and establishing an identity. 
Through their years as sophomores and 
ijuniors they developed goals and helped 
toward creating a better college com- 
munity. They were involved in various 
aspects of college life including student 
organizations, departmental clubs and 
administrative committees. They have enjoyed 
the special events that are unique to Etown for 
which many seniors planned this year. As seni- 
ors they are the leaders and are about to face a 
new beginning in life. With their touch of ex- 
cellence created over the four years at 
Elizabethtown they will prove to be future role 
models and professionals. 





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Kirsten B Akehurst 

OccKpationcil Therapy 

David V Aqja 

Business 

Michelle M Artz 

Eiii^lish 



Beth M Bacon 

Social Work 

Richard Bagenstose 

Accoiiiiting 
Jennifer S Baker 

Social Work 



Gina M Baldwin 

Matheinalics Educa- 



Michael R Balichik 

Social Studies 

Todd Barclay 

Social Studies Educa- 



Susan L Barstow 

Occupational Therapy 

Jacqueline Bartell 

Occupational Therapy 

Susan E Baulig 

Business Administra- 
tion 




46 1 Seniors 




Lawrence C Beck 

Political Science 

Alec J Belsky 

Chemistry 

Tammy L Benedict 

Occupational Therapy 



Andrea L Berry 

Connminicaiions 

James O Blythe 

Biology 

Anne R Bonne tte 

Communications 



Sherry J Bowman 

Business Administration 

Julie C Boyd 

Accounting 
Stephen G Brody 

English 



Martin Bruegel 

Business Administration 
Tara L Buckey 

Elenwntary Education 

Michelle Buonanno 

Business Administration 



Seniors 1 47 



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Susan M Burkhouse 

Elemenlury Education 

Melissa J Bush 

Business Ailministnition 

Melanie Byeis 

Business Administration 



Teri J Campbell 

Occupational Therapy 

Brett F Charleston 

Social Studies 

Lawson Chrishimba 

Communications 



Cheryl Cinkutis 

Mathematics 

Mark J Coassolo 

Biology 

Brett M Coleman 

Accounting 



Denise M Corcoran 

Occupational Therapy 

Harold H Crush III 

Elementary Education 

Rebecca L Davis 

Computer Science 



48 1 Seniors 





H Daniel Degler Jr 

Political Science 

Valerie Degler 

Business Administration 

Chiistine M Delong 

Business Administration 



Christina M Derenzo 

Business Administration 

Joseph V Dimino 

Business Administration 
Kelly B Diven 
Biology 



Nicole K Donze 

English Education 

Baibara L Duda 

Elementary/Early 
Childhood Education 

Jaci L Dunkleberger 

Psychology 



Jeff Dwyer 

History 

Melissa L Edwaids 

Conummications 

R Kyle Evans 
Political Science 



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Christine M Fierro 

Mathcimil'us Educution 

Pamela M Firkal 

LU'iiii'iilan Educution 

Rebecca J Fisher 

Coiuimmicatioiis 



Robert S Flower 

Accoimting 

Christa Foster 

Elementary Education 

Stephen E Fowler 

Computer Science/ 
Mathematics Education 



Brian P Gallagher 

Business Administration 

Stacey E Gallagher 

Early Childhood/ 
Elementary Education 
Michael S Gallucci 

Business 



Nicole L Garrett 

Accountint; 

Matthew Garrison 

Communications 

Beth E Gerber 

Business Administration 



50 1 Seniors 





Matthew C Gilbert 

Business Adndnisl ration 

Laura L Gilligan 

English 

Sheree M Goetz 

Business Administration 



Deborah Gray 

Social Worii 

Brian C Graybill 

Business Administration 
CaroUne L Green 

Social Work 



James B Greenbaum 

Biology 

Wendi D Greenleaf 

English 

Clayton L Griffith 

Business Administration 



Michael Griffiths 

Accounting 

Susanna L Grubb 

Elementary Education 
Timothy E Guhl 

Accounting 



Seniors 



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Ethan E Haase 

Poliiiail Science 
Lynn R Hacker 

Social Work 

Tricia L Hagedorn 






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Jennifer L Hahn 


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Accounting 




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Patrick Halpin 


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Mathematics 


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Kimberly Hampson 


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Business Administration 


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Laura Y Handel 

Occupational Therapy/ 
Religion 

Jennifer L Hanlon 

English/ Elementary 
Education 

Christine Hanningan 

English Education 



Kelly N Hannon 

Business Administration 

Tricia R Hardick 

Psychology 

Rebecca Hassinger 

Music Therapy/ 
Education 





Jill Hathaway 

Psycholofi,}/ Eh'iitentciry 
Education 

Elizabeth A Havener 

Biology 

Harry L Heckler Jr 

Political Science 



Angela L Heffner 

English 

Jennifer E Herman 

Early Childhood/ 
Elementaiy Education 

John A Hicks 

Social Work 



Kristen E Hitchner 

Elementaiy Education 

Amy B Hite 

Early Childhood/ 
Elementaiy Education 

David J Hively 

Mathematics Education 



Kristin L Hoffman 

Elementaiy Education 

Alyssa A Huirmiel 

Elementaiy Education 
Gina R Hunsicker 

Business Administration 



Seniors 



¥ 



Wanda G Jacobs 

Elvnicn Uin Education 

Jacelyn Jarzynski 

Bialoi-y 

Tara K Jennings 

Communications/ 
Political Science 



Timothy B Johns 

Biiainess Administration 

Kelly A Keane 

Eiementaiy Education 

Shannon K Kelly 

Communications 




Bethany L Kirkner 
English 

Linda Kolo 

Psychology 

Christa 
Koppenhoefer 

Sociology 



54 I Seniors 




Thomas C Kuffa 

Conipiiler Science 

Sheila J Landis 

Englifih 

Katiina J Lape 
Business Administnilion 



Linda A Lawrence 

Business Administration 

Matthew Lawrence 

Biology/ Pre-Med 

Charlotte J Lefevre 

Psychology 



Monica F Lehman 

Biocheniistiy 

Kimberly A Lehto 

Business Administration 

Melissa A Leitch 

Sociology/ Anthropology 



Greer S Leuschner 

Occupational Therapy 

Monica Lindsey 

English Literature 

Hai-An Liu 

Business 



Seniors 1 55 



Patricia A Logan 

Biology/ Prc-Mvil 

Heather L Lynch 

Social Work 

Amy R Lyons 

Btisiness Adimnistration 



Scott R MacNair 
Accounting 

Jenny K Mahan 

Occupational Therapy 
Beth Manfre 

Elementai'x Education 



Gregoiy W Mann 

Business Administration 

Deborah E Manzer 

Early Childhood/ 
Elenwntary Education 

Michelle Marks 

Political Science 



Brian D Martin 

Business Administration 

Amy Mastran 

Accounting 

Sandra McColgan 

Biology 



56 I Seniors 





Elizabeth McDonnell 

Elementaiy Education 

Angela B Mellott 

Occupational Therapy 
Rebecca A Meloy 

Elementary Education 



Alyssa L Metz 
Social Work 

Jeffrey C Mickletz 

Social Studies 

B Elizabeth Miller 

Psychology 



Daryl V Miller 

Business 

Jennifer V Miller 

Business 

Kevin A Miller 

Business Administration 



Kristy D Miller 

Accounting 

Mai-y C Miller 

Social Studies Education 

Michael W Miller 

Business Administration 



Seniors 1 57 



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F 



Scott D Miller 
Accoiinrinii 
Anne L Moore 

Eni;lish 

Roberta L Moore 

Psychology 



Athena Mountis 

Ek'itientciry Ediicaiioii 

John M Murray 

Business A dm in is nation 
William L Murray 
Communications 



Gresher Mwandina 

Communications 

Sarah E Myers 

Occupational Therapy 

Glenn Neufeld 

Political Science 



Kristin M Niedbala 
Occupational Therapy 

Dustin P Paddock 

Communications 

Brandy M Paul 

Accounting 



58 fl Seniors B 









Denise Pelligrini 

Early Childhood/ 
ElemeiUaiy Education 

Jessica C Perry 

Occupational Therapy 

Robert J Pezely 

Computer Science 



Laura L Phillips 

Occupational Therapy 

Amy B Pierce 

Early Childhood/ 
Elementary Education 
Philip D Piercy 
Social Studies 



Kimberly E Powers 

Communications 

Cynthia G Praul 

Communications 

Kevin A Pugh 

Communications 



Beth Puorro 

Communications 

Hope I Puro 

Business Administration 

Renee E Rainville 

Early Childhood/ 
Elementarx Education 



Seniors I 59 



Krysta L Randies 

Coiwmiiucations 

Kimberly A Rea 

Occupational Therapy 

Jennifer Readinger 

Social Work 



Renee M Reese 

Enf-lish 

Todd Reinhart 

Biisiiu'Sfi Administration 
Ann R Richardson 
Business 



Katherine Ridgely 

Occupational Therapy 

Ann E Risser 

Comnntnicatioiis 

Beth A Robinson 

Early Childhood/ 
Elementary Education 



Jonathan J Roca 

BioloMy 

Alan M Ross 

Social Work 

Amy Ruddock 

Early Childhood/ 
Elementary Education 



60 1 Seniors 





Kevin Runk 

Business Administration 

Debra R Sackin 

Occupational Therapy 

Kristy L Savidge 

Occupational Therapy 



Edward T Savino 

Business Administration 

David T Schlegel Jr 

Accounting 

Colleen A Schmehl 

Early Childhood/ 
Elementary Education 



Jennifer L Schork 

Psychology 

Stephen T Schultz 

Business Administration 
Tawn Schulze 
Occupational Therapy 



Lora M Sciarello 

Biology 

Dana L Secor 

Accounting 

Jennifer A Shady 

Social Work 



Seniors I 61 



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Jennifer L Shaeffer 

Eiii'lish EJiicaikm 

Billy W Shank Jr 

Occtiinitioiuil Thcmpy 

Mary-Catherine 
Shannon 

Marlwnuiiics 



Roy L Shearer 

Business Administration 

Thomas Sheckard 

Computer Science 

Scott A Sheppard 

Psychology 



Anthony A Shiflett 

Biology/ Pre-Mecl 

Donald W Simpson 

Business Administration 

Mary E Simpson 

OccupatiotKil Therapy 



Michelle Sleighter 

Biology 

Rebecca A Smith 

Early Childhood/ 
Elementary Education 

Tina V Smith 

Business Administration 



Seniors 





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Wendy L Smith 

Elementaiy Education 

Kristen Snook 

English Education 

Scott M Speakman 

Business Administration 



Gina D Spicknall 

Psychology 

Joshua C Sprinkle 

ConwHinications 

Marcy H Stanson 

English Education 



Christine M Stem 

Occupational Therapy 
Katherine Straneva 

Occupational Therapy 

Kelly J Sullivan 

Chemistrx 



Ronald G Swantner 

Elementaiy Education 

Kenneth A Tendo 

Business 

Eric C Toomey 

Psychology 



Seniors I 63 



Steven R Tregea 

Political Science 

Karl J Ufring 

Elcmciuary Ediicarion 

Robert J Ulmer 
Political Science 



Nicole A Vacula 

Psychology 

Tracy Varano 

Coininitnictaions 

Melanie K Wagner 

Coiriiniinications 



Paul E Walmsley 

Biology 

Melissa L Warfel 

Psychology 

Heather J Weaver 

Occupational Therapy 



Jodie R Weaver 

Biology 

Jennifer P Weeks 

Conwuinications 
Michelle D Weitzel 

Bioloi'\ 



64 1 Seniors 



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Susan L Wheeler 

Social Studies Education 
Michele Whitmeyer 
Business Administration 

Erin K Whitney 

Elementarv Education 



Jean A Wholaver 

Biology 

Amy E Williams 

Political Science 

Amanda C Wilson 

Communications 



Deborah L Wilson 

Business Administration 

Heather Wingenroth 
Occupational Therapy 
Kristie L Wise 
Early Childhood/ 
Elementarv Education 



Deborah L Wright 

Communications 

Suzanne L Young 

Communications 

Dave J Zachary 
Mathematics 



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ouches of 



underclassmen 

For underclassmen, this was a busy year 
^^ filled with change. Whether it was the 
l^ world around us or just the community 
' '^^ here at Elizabethtown, we all had to 
adapt in some way. Freshman, after 
putting the finishing touches on their 
high school careers, arrived at 
Elizabethtown with brand new pictures 
to imagine and create. On the other 
hand, sophomores and juniors continued 
to paint the canvas they had begun as they 
work toward putting the finishing touches on 
their college portfolios. Just as the artist ex- 
periments with paints and brushes, we too dab- 
ble in different colors to see which suits us best. 
However, whatever our choices, we can all step 
back and admire the year we created. 





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Brinser Boys 
Top Ten 






1 0. The Sadie Brinser Snowball Classic 

Championship. 

9. The farm animals on 3-South. 

8. Lou and Rob on 2-North. 

7. We are the half naked men on the 

halls, and not the Calvin Klein ads! 

6. Pesci, Pesci, Pesci! 

5. Never a worry about a good GPA??!! 

4. This is a man's style of living! 

3. Not a single double-X chromosome. 

2. There's no stench like home! 

LIT IS BRINSER!!!! 











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Above: Tim McHames is proof that studying really goes 
on in Brinser. 




Opposite Top: The Brinser Boys hang out in the lounge 
discussing the sports page. 

Opposite Middle: Steve Agren and friend relax while 
watching a movie. 



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74 I Underclassmen 




Opposite top: Brinser 1 -North/South 
(row 1) M. Schmalenberger, T. Webster, 
T. Webber, B. Herman, T. Richardson, 
(row 2) L. Bellow, B. Krizner, E. 
Schwartz, B. Dougherty, M. Broscios. 
(row 3) M. Martin, M. Makary, B. 
Defilippis, S. Yokum, D. Dumbauld, A. 
Wolanin, R. De Las Alas, D. Gentile, 
(row 4) J. Cordery, T. Pfeiffer, C. 
Crouse, D. Roberts, C. Fair. 



Opposite middle: Brinser 2-North (row 
1) M. Anderson, D. Dell'Oso, D. Fitz- 
simmons. (row 2) R. LaGrassa, R. Bus- 
tin, R. WilberL. Kareha, B. Jaskelewicz, 
D. Avdia, J. Guarino, A. Ritchey, T. 
Gingrich, R. Dyer, R. Spenser, (row 
3)D. Sullivan, B. McCall, S. Grossman, 
C. Palmer. 



Opposite bottom: Brinser 2-South (row 
1) C. Rumbaugh, J. Sloat, M. Hartman, 
B. Keller, (row 2) D. Gruska, G. 
Gegwich, C. Hartsell, S. Kaeser, J. 
Cramer, (row 3) M. Brown, J. Andy, B. 
Miller, R. Grinnell. 



Bottom left: Brinser 3-North (row 1) J. 
Michner, J. Weinstein, G. Neufeild. 
(row 2) R. Beig, J. Dwyer, D. Doonan, 
A. Haubeck. 



Bottom right: Brinser 3-South (row 1) 
M. Dando, D.Y. Sunho, M. Chambers, 
D. Panner, E. Hosier, J. Collela. (row 2) 
M. Schlotterbeck, R. Giratalo, G. Todd, 
C. Shiffleft, S. Agren, J. Blanche, J. 
Kiesel, J. Casey, J. Dechert, F. Fiondel- 
la, L. Livingston. 



Top: Founders A-1 (row 1) A. Stoler, A. Seidman, M. 
Kipp, T. Yingling, J. DeRenzio. (row 2) J. Mika, K. 
Much, C. Kelly, B. Ellison, A. Pelesky, B. Foremsky, R. 
Trimmer, (row 3) S. Bonadio, D. Tully, M. Yukirovic, J. 
Raimo, P. Stiner, S. Gietema, B. Wintergreen. 

Middle: Founders A-2 (row 1) H. Boyerr, M. Mirkovich, 
K. Calnon, F. Kennel, K. Kessler, B. Morgan, (row 2) T. 
Richey, A. Renninger, L. PofT, L. Spink, M. Mowrer, J. 
Lester, J. Owens, B. MacMillan. (row 3) S. , C. Walker, 
M. Antonio, R. HAll, F. Schodowski, M. Clapper, M. 
Burke, J. Raimo, R. Krebs. 

Bottom: Founders A-3 (row 1 ) E. Atherholt, V. Perry, A. 
Noagami, B. Turnbaugh. (row 2) J. Synder, L. 
Brumbaugh, J. Bateman, J. Chipriano. (row 3) E. Mc- 
Carthy, N. Weiss, C. Parker, D. Degler, C. Chau. (row 4) 
D. Levinski, W. King, J. Oppee, A. Stephens, A. Mock. 

Opposite Top: Founders B-1 (row 1) J. Strine. (row 2) D. 
Williams, B. Fantini, M. Matthews, (row 3) S. Knerr, R. 
Wolcott, H. MacMillan, M. Griffiths, J. Meckley. 

Opposite Middle: Founders B-2 (row 1) J. Biggi, L. 
Mescia, C. Moyer. (row 2) K. Groschopp, M. Zeigler, B. 
Smith, M. Thumma. 

Opposite Bottom: Founders B-3 (row 1) G. Yeager, Jr., 
M. McClain, R. DiEgidio, G. Yeager. (row 2) L. Relker, 
T. Ritchie, K. Urban, M. Falcoochio, J. Bowman, T. 
Sabo, M. Mooij. (row 3) W. Stegemeyer, S. Mohr, T. 
Curfman, B. Green, D. NAples, K. Little. 








Founders Facts 






10. There are always guys around 

to move furniture. 

9. It's like a miniature community 

here. 

8. Where else can you watch the 

soccer team practice from? 

7. It's away from the basic crowd, 

it's hke living in the surburbs. 

6. If I lived with all girls, I would 

end up killing them! 

5. It's not as far as everyone says it 

is! 

4. Air conditioning and windows 

that open, what more can you ask 

for? 

3. Sing-a-longs. 

2. We are a big, happy family here. 

1 . It's not Brinser! 












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Above: Kathleen Miller, Holly Benner, Dawn Deise 
and Jen Wolf huddle for a smile while waiting pa- 
tiently for their pizza. 

Far Left: Lena PofT studies the comfortable way in her 
home sweet home. pt 

Underclassmen I I 77 



Below: Mark Kraenbring deep in thought in his Founders 

lounge. 

Bottom Far Right: When Megan Krisman is not swimming, 

she finds time to perhaps do some work. 




Top: Founders C-1 (row 1) D. Christian, S. G. Young, D. 
Lance, R. Murray, (row 2) S. McKenzie, R. B. Dom- 
browski, D. Spahl, (not pictured: C. Grimes, P. Smith, S. 
Reynolds). 

Middle: Founders C-2 (row 1) A. Shanbarger, L. 
Masamini, S. Murphy, C. Jackson, J. Rolstad, D. Deise, 
K. Miller, J. Kimmel, J. Wolf. 

Bottom: Founders C-3 (row 1) A. Shirai, J. Ferguson, L. 
Fisher, S. JefTeris, J. Miller, (row 2) M. Johannes, E. 
Hernandez, A. Mellott, D. Robinson, R. Albright, M. 
Lockard, A. Bennett, (row 3) T. Derenzo, M. Van 
Tongeren, J. Moyer, S. Hess, B. Smearman, D. Hoff- 
man, P. Wolgram, J. Lesinski, T. Yencho. (row 4) S. 
Babe, B. Motz. 

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Top: Founders D-1 (row 1) G. Phelan, D. Eikenberry, R. 
Miller, J Wertz, S. Shinnen, K. Bellemare, B. Sabo, C. 
Fosko. (row 2) B. Troutman, K. Bezdziecki, J. Rogers, C. 
Fantasia, A. McClendon, T. Muff, J. Grabowski, V. Im- 
perato, M. Rolstad. 

Middle: Founders D-2 (row 1) L. Vagnoni, V. Paroby, M. 
Tiddens. (row 2) D. Sentz, J. Danenhower, B. Fantini, M. 
Janicki, C. Eberle, A. Mohr, D. Winter, (row 3) L. Crewalk, 
K. Sinclair, C. Rawcliffe, A. Metzger, K. Merkle, K. LeVan, 
H. Bowditch, M. English, S. Sinkway. (row 4) M. Mitchel, 
D. Kauffman, B. Houser, M. Szczesny, K. King, D. Minin. 

Bottom: Founders D-3 (row 1) B. Mikulski, M. Heinz, (row 
2) L. Sitter, M. Wildemuth, C. Chicalese, A. Leffler, L. 
Aigner, K. Colabella, F. Bikle, T. Tutino, J. Eichhom, T. 
Mattingly, T. Saurer. (row 3) R. Sampson, V. Andy, L. 
Menan, J. Ellis, P. Chell, K. Donovan, P. Winter, S. Miller, 
M. Bardzik. (row 4) K. Messner, T. Smith, S. McCabe, J. 
Yeomans, S. Tomas, M. Hueting, T. Morris, T. Redding. 






Myer 
Moments 






Where's the vacuum?? 
Ok-whose toast set off the fire alarm at 
1:30a.m.? 

Group aerobics in second floor lounge. 
Where's Waldo? 
Rearranging Rooms!! 
Seminars for men — What a hall pro- 
gram! 

Sealing the shower curtains against the 
stall so no one takes a peak at you. 
Jenga, Melrose and surfing. . .What 
more could you ask for? 
Not having to battle the cold when you 
are hungry! 

Watch it snow, see it melt, puddles on 
your floor! 












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Above: Myer girls lounging around on a school night. 

Far right: Aileen Mansueto kicks back to catch up on 
letter writing. 



80 I Underclassmen 



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Opposite top; Myer 1-East: (sitting)M. Baldino, k. Bat- 
tavio, J. Freisinger, A. Sargent. (standing)V. Zorger, M. 
Thumma, S. Baulig, J. Tinder, H. Jacobson. 
Opposite middle; Myer 2-East: (row 1) K. Kneeney, C. 
Deeter, T. Verano. (row 2) W. Stevens, L. Kuliszewski, 

A. Ettinger, M. Fredette. (row 3) K. McMurtrie, B. 
Walker, S. Dougherty, J .Unangst. (row 4) J. Ogercheck, 
L. Satteson, S. Young, S. Halet. (row 5) K. Koskowicz, 
M. O'Brien, J. Harleman, T. Bemer. (row 6) K. Kaunitz, 

C. Herring, L. Wischner, J. Kabatt, C. Donmoyer, A. 
Moyer, H. Trexler. (not pictured: K. Herbert, N. Ches- 
ney, B. Fasolka, C. Schappel, J. Kennedy, S. Samuels, J. 
Kopp). 

Opposite bottom; Myer 2-West: (row 1) D. Malley, K. 
Beach, H. Willey, K. Reed, T. Gilbert, M. Linsdey. (row 
2) C. Clements, A. Keich, J. Bowman, P. Hartman, M. 
Miller, H. Haldeman, C. Purpuri. (row 3) B. Donecker, 

B. Salko, H. Frank, D. Maguire, C. Wilson. 

Top: Myer 3-East: (row 1) H. Palmer, S. Knoll, B. 
Fussaro, A. Madden, K. Henning, K. Arscott, L. Crall. 
(row 2) H. Rauch, K. Jones, I. Mountain, J. Bashore, R. 
Mann, J. Ochs, V. Degler, J. Brown. 
Middle: Myer 3- West; (row 1) A. Brooke, J. Hathaway, 
J. Major, T. Mill, K. Smith, (row 2) S. Miller, J. Trifari, 

D. Robertson, A. Sniffen. (row 3) C. Rider, J. Rossini, L. 
Shellhorn, J. Bard, J. Visco, M. Fazekas, J. 
Nalpathanchil, J. Kennedy, J. Fitz, J. Stein, A. Man- 
sueto. 

Bottom: Preservation; (row 1) K. Jackson, K. Sweeny, 
H. Lance, (row 2) A. Heffner, J. Gebhart. (row 3) H. 
Lynch, S. Gallagher, B. Miller, (row 4) A. Ruddock, D. 
Pellegrini, M. Winston, S. Kelley, M. Warner, N. Dewi. 






Ober 
Observations 




■ 


1. 3 A.M. fire drills. 

2. Love our hall programs! 

3. The bathroom's are so clean you can 
eat off the floor. 

4. It's a co-ed life. 

5. We're in the middle of everything. 

6. It's only the best dorm on campus! 

7. It is a dorm where the guys are civ- 
ilized to live with. 

8. The after 1 1p.m. construction crew. 

9. The windows are big and open. 

10. It's not Brinser — did we mention 
the fire drills?? 














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Opposite Top: Ober A-1 (row 1) M. Murtoff, C. Faust, J. 
Slothour. (row 2) R. Dennis, A. Drugos, J. Guber, K. 
Phillips, R. Porowski, M. Beal, D. Bartoli, L. Beck, S. 
Siegel, C. Clauser. 

Opposite Middle: Ober A-2 (row 1) L. Wilkes, D. 
Bartoli, B. Frost, M. Yingling, C. Lowe, G. Merrill, M. 
Swartz, M. Fell, E. Gross, K. Nichols, T. Frysinger. (row 
2) D. Ferrar, K. Boyd, J. Wolf, E. Lane, B. Falck, T. 
Conjar, M. Bekelja, C. Maurer. 

Opposite Bottom: Ober A-3 (row 1) C. Cirincione, K. 
Hannigan, S. Wullet, L. Getz, J. Fouchet. (row 2) S. 
Wolfrom, A. Cummings, J. Springer, S. Kelley, J. 
Bankard. (row 3) C. Lord, A. Baker, L. Homey, S. 
Gehrig, K. Burk. (row 4) T. Danzeisen, K. Killeen, K. 
Rosetti, M. Considine, S. Never son, M. Davis. 

Top: Ober Basement (row 1) S. Zimmerman, S. 
Fedezko, S. McLellan, J. Munjack, P. Pietrefesa, T. 
Boyer. (row 2) B. Ogle, J. Robb, B. Heyl, M. Diehl. (Not 
pictured: J. Ferry, J. Kulp, A. Burkhoolder, J. Stehr, J. 
Smith, B. Bantle, D. Francis). 

Middle: Ober B-1 (row 1) S. Albright, K. Cierkowski, L. 
Hahn, J. Powell, C. Reggie, (row 2) V. Mastellone, L. 
Frain, N. Carello. (row 3) T. Hermann, K. Kruse, M. 
Shaffer, M. Bleiler. (row 4) R. Micheals, C. Ohlendorf, 
L. Kovel. 

Bottom Left: Ober B-2 (row 1) M. DeCarlo, C. Figurd, S. 
Ressler, M. Hombach, J. Morgan, (row 2) C. Cosci, S. 
Fowler, J. Manis, M. Griffiths, M. Miller, M. Tumolo. 
(row 3) J. Scotto, M. Watkins, B. Hansen, E. Burke. 

Bottom Right: Ober B-3 (row 1) E. Keefe, A. Applegate, 
B. Simkins, E. Morse, T. Helm, K. Benton, J. Carlton, B. 
Baird. (row 2) L. Nelson, R. Carlson, M. Torutman, T. 
Cummings, K. Hagenbuch, J. Barthold, L. Nelson, H. 
Bard, B. Coleman, (row 3) P. Harris, M. Munley, M. 
Johnson, D. Martinsd. D. Smith, K. Smith, T. Ireland, 
A. Zarvislak. 






Royer Rules: 
Top Ten. . . 




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10 — Phone calls in the hall. 
9 — "Pepto Bismal" Pink Ladies. 
8 — Beware of pratical jokers!! 
7 - Where's the flood? 
6 — Warning: Miriam Crossing 
5 — Unexpected stampedes of wild an- 
imals. 

4 — Don't let Maria make popcorn. 
3 — Water wars in the hall. 
2 — Friday Quiet Hours. . .NOT?! 
1 — We are not nuns! 












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Above: Between studying and student activities, two 
Royer hallmates enjoy a game of Uno. 



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84 I Underclassmen 




Opposite top; 1 -South: (1st row) L. Raver, K. Power, K. 
Montaperto, B. Havemer, K. Lotts, K. Davis. (2nd row) 
L. Mohr, H. Kelly, J. Baker, M. Ladd, M. Bowman. 

Opposite middle; 1 -North: (1st row) C. Shubsda, M. 
Hahn, B. Hessong, R. Becnter. (2nd row) C. deSouza 
Costa, A. Kerr, J. Felter. (3rd row) D. Fetter, E. Studdey, 
K. DiMattes. (4th row) S. Zimmer, L. Zimmerman. 

Opposite bottom; 2-South (1st row) J. Brett, M. By- 
ington, C. Guzek, E. Donnelly, J. Lynn, C. Plane, M. 
Nealon, A. Cashner, J. Ashley. (2nd row) S. Helsop, C. 
Evans, L. Bibb, P. Hudson, S. Ross. 

Top; 2-South ( 1 st row) V. Paneque, C. Weaver, S. Bow- 
ers, M. Tinney, A. Labbate. (2nd row) A. Sampieri, K. 
Cunningham, D. Geverd, S. Feruson, M. Baily, G. 
Wenger. (3rd row) S. Hartman, J. Beck, S. Triller, M. 
Triano, L. Decker. (4th row) K. Fortune, D. Summer- 
son, W. wise, N. Nauman, J. Paulis, S. Bowman, S. 
Snyder. 

Middle; 3-North (1st row) K. Poile, E. Rappaport, B. 
McElhaney, H. Smith, R. Kerstetter, C. Hepner. (2nd 
row) J. Esten, E. Jordal, J. Robelen, N. Pearson, L. 
Friese, K. Feshler, C. Silvestro, C. Christopher. (3rd 
row) D. Robinson, K. Terembula, K. Krug, S. Murray, 
C. Cinclair. 

Bottom; 3-South (1st row) S. O'Toole, S. Servia, M. 
Lateh, S. Harrigan, K. Walters, T. Smith, N. Brechtel. 
(2nd row)H. Hewson, H. Hoag, L. Thiede, A. Trite, J. 
Hillegass, T. Watkins, T. Deavor, E. Romano, J. 
McAloon, E. Murphy. 




Bottom Right; 3-East (row 1) B. Havens, S. Link, 
K. Fasick, J. Caspar, K. Wertz. (row 2) K. 
McDonald, L. Hurley, M. Hummer, M. Ocone, L. 
Mound, J. Bentzel, A. Yusinski, J. Kelly, (row 3) 
C. Wright, E. Brooks, J. Pomeroy, N. Fix 
Hassett, J. Miller, (row 4) A. Grafstrom, J. 
Voshell, K. Donahue, A. Wilson, K. Covello. (row 
5) K. Vichko. M. Morgan, D. Milliron, L. Jones, 
K. Barker, B. Nagle, L. Meyer, K. Petterson, C. 
Neuman. 

Bottom Left; 3-West (row 1) J. Zarlenga, M. Zook, 
A. Guida, J. Hammes, L. Albin, D. Hirtzel, K. 
Crop, K. Frillig, J. Phillips, (row 2) N. Showers, G. 
Noneraaker. N. Keller, J. Wydra, J. Grady, W. 
Lamb, (row 3) R. Rubinp, S. HirUel, K. Martin, J. 
Shockley, K. Klunk, R. Blow, T. Campbell, R. 
Moore, M. Gehringer, j. Boring. 

Opposite Top; 1-East (row 1) K. Akehurst, R. 
Scott, J. Tsore. C. Charles, O. West, L. Shaw, H. 
Handly. H. Richardson, S. Hicks, (row 2) M. En- 
terline, R. Stevens, J. Gottheld, K. Jones, M. 
Gard, S. VanCamp. (row 3) K. Nigro, S. Niezgoda, 
J. Martin, E. Marr, S. Markey, F. Ginter, A. 
Bogardus, A. Sheckard, T. Yost, (row 4) H. Nel- 
son, M. Betoni, C. Oiler, W. Chilcoat, A. Sales, M. 
Young. 



Opposite Middle; 2-East (row 1 ) J. O'Donnell, D. 
Hynoski, K. Payne, A. Herrod, C. Huntzelman, A. 
Goldstem, T. McDonald (row 2) M. Evan, J. 
Samolewicz, H. Puro, D. McKinney, L. Koury, S. 
Muth, S. McKenna (row 3) M. Forney, A. Tyree, 
T. Goughler, N. Kreider, L. Karvelis, C. Taylor, 
M. Felsko. 




Opposite Bottom; 2-West (row 1)N. Files, C 
Rathmell, K. Trawilz. (row 2) D. Faust, B. Foster 
L. Smith, J. Wotkiewicz, B. Sabaka, K. Metzger 
(row 3) C. Duffy, J. Krapf, K. Suffredini, C 
Natah, S. Ganter. B. Louse, (row 4) L. Nichols, A 
Stutler, K. Herkner, C. Burke (row 5) C. Nelson 
C. CresthuU, C. Nichols, E. Walker, M. Rhen, D 
Mauser 



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Schlosser 
Statements 






No men, or should I say boys. 

It's only co-ed on weekends. 

A name no one can pronounce. 

Carpet, air conditioning, luxurious 

bathrooms- we are living in a palace! 

This place has better secruity than Ft. 

Knox. 

Washers and dryers on each floor — I 

don't have to lug my was up and down 

stairs. 

The antiseptic stench in the bathrooms 

in the mornings. 

Oh what a night! (Schlosser 3-West) 

It's Schlosser and that's IT! 

It's not Brinser! 












Top; Brinser (row 1) L. Livingston, A. Acevedo, J. 
Cordery. (row 2) S. Frossman, M. Brown. 

Middle; Founders (row 1) J. Dubose, D. Degler, H. 
Heckler, J. Leahman, M. Mitchell, F. Femu, J. Raimo. 
(row 2)C. Fesko, P. Witman, A. Stoler, G. Yeoger, S. 
Knerr, M. D'Agostino. 

Bottom; Myer (row 1) V. Degler, A. Ettinger. (row 2) H. 
Frank, S. Baulig. 

Opposite Top; Ober — V. Mastellone, C. Faust, L. 
Melson. 

Opposite Middle; Royer (row 1) J. Esten, E, Studders, S. 
Hartman. (row 2) C. Fierro, J. Brett, B. Havener. 

Opposite Bottom; Schlosser (row 1) B. Nagle, R. Moore, 
(row 2) K. Metzger, K. Akehurst, N. Files. 











RA Realities 






1 . We are not your babysitters. 

2. We can have fun. 

3. We are not referees. 

4. We hate 3a.m. fire alarms as much as 
you do. 

5. We have bad days too. 

6. We can be your friend. 

7. We do have lives. 

8. We are not trained psychiatrists, but 
we do our best. 

9. We do not have all the answers (but 
we are close). 

10. We are students, sons, daughters, 
boyfriends and girlfriends, etc. 

REALITY: RA's are people too! 












Relaxing after a long day, Alex Ettinger and a few 
residents take advantage of the elegant Myer main 
lounge. 



Underclassmen I 89 



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SDLCs 



SDLCs, or Student Di- 
rected Living Communi- 
ties, are groups of students 
dedicated to serving the 
campus and community. 
These students are given 
the opportunity to live in 
campus owned houses in 
exchange for their time 
and energy. Throughout 
the year the individual 
SDLCs sponser activities 
or volunteer in the college 
or surrounding communi- 
ties. Ranging in size from 



four to eight students, each 
house promotes a certain 
cause including health liv- 
ing, a cleaner community, 
and advanced relations 
with the elderly. Because 
of limited ofT-campus op- 
portunities, only the best 
proposals win approval 
and receive SDLCs. 
SDLCs exemplify 
Elizabethown College's 
motto: "Educate for Ser- 




Top left: It's a dirty job, but Greg Mann is more than 
willing to do it as he prepares for SMACC's haunted house. 

Bottom left: The welcoming fall weather lures Deborah 
Moorehead and P.J. Hackett, an off campus student, 
outside to the BSC terrace. 



90 I Underclassmen 



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Opposite Top; Aware House — K. Hitchner, M. Artz, D. 
Baylor, M. Karas. 

Opposite Middle; Epicurean Batch — K. Powers, S. 
Kelly, P. Logan, A. Metz, B. Purro, A. Williams, J. 
Weaver. 



Opposite Bottom; Harmony House 
Cole, K. McCluskey, S. Perry. 



J. Jordan, L, 



Top; Kids in the Community (KIC) — J. Rorick, D. 
Ciesielka, R. McManus, K. Schmalenberger, S. Seagrist, 
T. Sheckard, G. Sprengel, B. Torbeck. 



A. Pierce, S. Burkhouse, 



Middle; Saturday's Special 
M. Kensinger, E. Whitney. 

Bottom left; Students Making a Cleaner Environment 
(SMACC) — G. Mann, D. Parrish, D. Whitmore, M. 
Schildknecht, M. Mohr, D. Paddock, A. Liu (missing: S. 
Simpson. 

Bottom right; Students Helping to Advance Relations 
with the Elderly (SHARE) — A. Matas, L. O'Hop, H. 
Showalter, T. Stevens. 




ouching the 

faculty 

As we walk the campus of 
Elizabethtown College, we are sur- 
rounded by a sea of faces. Some of them 
are the familiar faces of friends and col- 
ileagues, and some are the faces of people 
'we have yet to meet. Mixed among them 
are the faces of faculty and staff of the 
college. The people who, in our years 
here, act as our instructors, our role 
models, our mentors and our friends. 
They are the faces we see each day when 
we go to class, walk the campus, and do our 
research. We look to them to share our knowl- 
edge, to give their advice and to listen to our 
ideas and goals. Their dedication to what they 
do makes our college experience all the better. 
And as we finish our studies and aim towards 
the future, the touches they have made on our 
education will carry us forward. 




92 




93 




Dr. Vivian Bergel E. Margaret Carel Dr. Eugene Clemens 



Social Work 



Library 



Religion 



94| 1 Faculty & Staff 



mc^H^H. 




Faculty 





Dr. Richard Crocker 
I Wf- , Dean of College Life 
Religion 



Dr. Caroline Dillon 
Psychology 



Dr. James Dively 
Biology 



Faculty (feStafFl l 95 



President's Office 

Sitting: President Gerhard 

Speigler 

Standing: Bonnie Booth, 

Denise Gillin, Robert Odean 



Dean's Office 

Seated: Karen, Ziegler, Pat 

Hoffman 

Standing: Jim Hilton, Richard 

Crocker, Deborah Moorehead, 

John Saddlemire 



Business Office 

Front: Maiia Horner, Nancy 
Kauffman, Helen Hossler 
Middle: Dee Mertz, Brenda 
Landvater, Tana Parrett 
Back: Ed Cable, Carolyn 
Rhoades, Bob Hollinger 



961 [Faculty & Staff 





Admissions Office 

Front: Susan Mitchell, Sally 
Redman, Leslie Pierce 
Back: Amy Hagemann, 
Carolyn Crocker, Linda Heiser, 
Margaret McSparken, Ronald 
Potier, Dan Evans, Kent Bamds 



College Relations 

Bruce Holran, Jerry Britton, 
Donna Berry, Matt 
Mackowski 



Treasurer's Office 

John Schaeffer, Helen Myers 



Faculty & Staff 1 1 97 




Milt Friedly 

Fine & Performing 

Arts 



98 1 1 Faculty & Staff 



Faculty 





Faculty & Staff 1 1 99 



Religion 

Dr. E. Clemens, Dr. W. 
Puffenberger, Dr. C. Bucher 



Physics 

M. Scanlin, G. Thompson, S. 
Rutter, D. Ferruzza, Dr. W. 
Stuckey 



Psychology 

Dr. J. Teske, Dr. D. Ellsworth, 
Dr. E. Rider, Dr. C. Lemley, 
M. Simmering, Dr. C. Dillon 



Mathematics 

Dr. B. Thorsen, J. Koontz, 
Dr. G. Sanchis, Dr. R. 
Shubert, Dr. E. Blaisdell, R. 
Morse, Dr. D. Koontz 




10(11 Faculty & Staff 




Social Work 

Dr. V. Bergel, L. Martin, M. 
4%, McFarland 



Political Science 

Dr. W. McDonald, Dr. W. 
Selcher, C. Beyerlein, Dr. E. 
McClellan, Dr. P. Gottfried 



Communications 

M. Thomson, L. Dye, Dr. R. 
Moore, D. Smith, Dr. H. 
Wennberg, Dr. J. Shaner 







English 

Dr. J. Rohrkemper, Dr. M. 
Frawley, Dr. C. Sarracino, C. 
Isaak, Dr. J. Campbell, Dr. C. 
Hergert, Dr. J. Dwyer 



Faculty &StaffH 101 




Dr. Donald Koontz 
Mathematics 



John Koontz Carroll Kreider 

Mathematics Business 



1021 Faculty & Staff 



Faculty 





Dr. Kenneth Kreider Ronald Laughlin Dr. Thomas Leap 

History Biology Computer Science 



Faculty & Staff 1 103 



Personal and Career 
Counseling 

Sitting: Mary Ann Waleff, 
Doris Hedrix 

Seated: Joan Austin, Beverly 
Piscitelli, Cindy Wilhelm- 
Emharth, Andy Sagar 



Chaplain's Office 

Joan Austin, Wendy Hensel 



Development 

Seated: Ellen Simpson, 
MaryBeth Matteo 
2nd Row: Dan Morra, Carol 
Lindsey, Sally Shaneen, Ann 
Madden, Patrick Hall 
3rd Row: Joan Kuhn, Maik 
Bushong, Michael 
Pressimore, Zane Gizzi 



104 



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Ity & Staff 




Provost's Office 

Provost Ritsch, Jean Beck, Dean 
Robert Whellersburg 



Public Safety 

Virginia Roland, Daniel 
Benny, Gloria Burke 



Faculty & Staff I 105 



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Dr. Wesley McDonald Dr. Richard Mumford Dr. Frank Polanowski 
Political Science History Biology 




106||Faculty& Staff 



Faculty 




Dr. Gabriela Sanchis Louise Schellenberg Robert Schlosser 

Mathematics Fine & Performing Physical Education 

Arts 



Faculty & Staff I 107 



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Residence Life 

Sitting: Memory D'Agostino, 
Deborah Moorehead, Karen 
Ziegler, Joseph Watson, 
Standing: John Saddlemire, 
Steven Bobo 



Continuing Education 

Seated: Barbara Maroney 
Standing: Christine Lawson, 
Dave Dentler, Debbie Sagar, 
Cheryl Christopher 



Data Center 

John Marisic, Denise 
Sharebly, Kathy Tyler, Janet 
Waser, Nevin Garner, Jason 
Isett 



108 



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Staff 




Post Office 

Linda Boyer, Mary Hill, Carol 
Humphreys 



1 



Food Services Personnel 



Our thanks goes to all of 
those who do "the dirty 
work" throughout the 

year. 



J 



Faculty «fe Staff 1 1 109 



p 




Dr. James Shaner Melisande Simmering Dr. Richard Stone 
Communications Psychology Business 



110||Facuhy& Staff 




Faculty 





Faculty & Staff Hill 



Sociology/Anthropology 

Sitting: Stephen Suknaic, 
Dorothy Humpf, Robert 
Wheelersburg 
Standing: Donald Kraybill, 
Bruce Lehr 



Computer Science 

Thomas Leap, Barbara TuUey, 
Morteza Bina 



Chemistry 

Front: Jack Hedrick, Jerrie 
Wolverton, Zoe Proctor 
Back: Tom Hasan, Ray 
Reeder, John Ranck, Charles 
Schaeffer 



[Faculty & Staff 





Young Center 

Donald Kraybill, Brenda 
Troutman 



Fine and Performing 
Arts Department 

Front: John Stites, Jane 
Palmquist, Diane Billet, Debra 
Ronning, Michael 
Rohrbacher, Janice Stouffer 
Back: Milt Friedly, John 
Harrison, James Hunter, Otis 
Kitchen, Darrell Douglas, 
Michael Sevai-eid 



Faculty & Staff 



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clubs 

If you're looking for involvement, you've 
come to the right place! E-Town has over 
50 clubs for students to join, and they all 
jam-pack the year with lots of fun. Be- 
tween classes, sports, and and work, 
many students still find time to join 
one or more of the various clubs. If you 
don't want to belong to the Outdoor 
Club, you can opt for APB, they usually 
stay indoors. Or if you're into helping the 
less fortunate, join Habitat For Humanity. 
Or if by some chance you find that nothing 
interests you, take the initiative and form your 
ovm club! This year Colors United did just that, 
so why can't you? 

The fall semester begins with the recruiting of 
new members, followed by Homecoming, a big 
event for all clubs. Meetings, fund raisers, and 
practices are all a necessary part of E-Town's 
clubs. Throughout the year, various activities 
and events take place, ranging from guest 
speakers to field trips to bake sales and car 
washes. The work pays off as any club member 
knows. Clubs usually put the finishing touches 
on the year with a banquet in the spring. 



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I 



Band Staff 



Row 1 : Bethany Sabaka. 
Mclissii Mirkovich. Sharon 
Hanrrigan. Melissa Lateh. M; 
Fazekas Row 2: Ethan Haas 
Steven Tregea. Stephen 
Zimniernian. Scott Siegel 



Psych Club 



Row 1: [^cih W'intcigreen. Amy 
Pclesk\. Benjamin Mot/, Robin 
Michaels. Heather Handly Row 
2: Carrie Hepner, Barbara 
Turnbaugh. Charlene Silvestro, 
Nicole Files. Roberta Moore. 
Amy Wilson Row 3: Mary 
Triano, Eliabeth Miller, Amy 
Matas, Gina Spicknall. Nicole 
Vacula. Tricia Hardick, Char- 
lotte. LeFevrc. Melissa Latch. 
Cathy Cresthull Row 4: 
Shannon Murray. Bruce Hansen. 
Melissa Warfel. Kristen Krug. 
Eric Toomey 





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lABC 

Row 1: Tara Hunt. Bill Murray 
Row 2: Beth Gerber. Christine 
Nichols. Joseph Fourhman. 



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itz. Laurie Melson 



RLC 



Row 1: H. Green. P. Hodson. C. .Slovcr. 
J Siiiiih. K. Landry. S. Bonmski. J 
Nalpalhanchil. T. Ritcie. J. Bowman. J. 
Trilari. T. Mill. B. Fussaro. H. Ranch. D. 
Mull. E. Murphy. L. Kovcl Row 2: L. 
Walker J. Ashley. A. Baker. T. Gilbert. B. 
DeFilippis. A. Ritchey. S. Sheppard. B. 
Hes,s()ng.,S.Harrigan.M.Baily.M. Triano. 
R. .Seoll. K. Doyle. T. McDonald. N. Fix 
Row 3: J. Pomeroy. M. Latch. .S 
McKenna. G. Correll. P. Bacso. E 
Donnelley. E. Rappoport, H. .Smith, M, 
McClain'. B. Miller. M. Martin. M 
Bellarmine. W. .Starr. J. Barlko. J 
Barlhold. L. Nelson. K.Walkeys Row 4: 
J. Baker. M. Hahn. C. Purpuri, C. Charles, 

A. Cashner. S. Murray. B. Foster. D. Fausi, 

B. Reasner. H. Heckler. B. Simpha. P. 
Piela-lecci. M. Fell Row 5: T. Deaver. K. 
Lolls. T. Walkins. J. Bcntzel. C. Plane. K. 
Krug. E. Borke. B. Jaskelcwicz. A. Drugos. 
R. Dennis. J.Guber. B. HevI, B. Faick 




Clubs 



Outdoor Club 



Annette and Harry enjoy a 
lunch break during a tough 
day of hiking. 



Row 1: Conrad Dijkers, MeHssa Mirkovich, Cupie Brown. Col 
Schmel. Scott McKenzie, Maureen Zavitsky. Krista Doyle. Ellen 
Marr, Bethany Ellison, Jennifer Mika Row 2: Thomas Webber, 
Brad Bantle. Welf Stegemeyer. Heather Jacobson. Susanna Grubb, 
Steph Muth, Roberta Moore, Michelle Buonanno 




The Outdoor Club was a 
very active organization during 
the 1993-94 school year. They 
participated in hikes to Hawk 
Mountain, to the Pinnacle on the 
Appalachian Trail, and to the 
Tower on Mt. Gretna, all at no 
cost to the students. 

In the fall, the members 
planned a tour of Indian Echo 
Caverns, and at Halloween, an 
adventure at Jason's Woods. 
They also organized a Whitewater 
rafting trip and a day of skirinish- 
paintball wars to get the campus 
involved in some outdoor fun. 



What a beautiful \ ii 
the top of the niounlain! 



Clubs 



Campus Gold 



Row 1: Heather Jacobson, Amie Stutler, Holly Richardson 
Gretchen Yeager Row 2: Colleen Duffy, Ann Sheckard. 
Kim Ciucssford. TraccN Mill. Jennifer Rohelen 



Mmm! I can't decide between the 
Thin Mints and Carniel rjelii;hls!l 



Campus Gold, a college 
girl scouting organization, was 
very active this year. For the first 
time , they participated in Home- 
coining. Other activities included 
pumpkin carving for Halloween 
and selling Girl Scout cookies in 
the spring. 

In February, Campus 
Gold held "Sing and Swim" for 
the neighborhood troops. Cam- 
pus Gold provided snacks, and 
the younger girls came to the 
campus for swimming and sing- 
ing. Campus Gold was glad to 
have had such a good year with 
participation from the commu- 
nity. 



It's Girl Scout Cookie time for 
the members of Campus Gold. 




1181 Clubs 



K 




SMILE 

Row 1: Heidi Boyer, Jessica 
Lester, Stephanie Distell, Tonya 
Goughler. Becca Monaghan, 
Allison Morris Row 2: Melissa 
Latch. Jennifer Trifari, Michelle 
Bombico. Kara Kessler, Barb 
MacMillan, Linda Kohlweilcr. 
Jennifer Freisinger. Amy 
Sargent 



Circle K 

Row 1: Colleen Schmel. 
Kristin Hoffman, Eric Rommel. 
Bill King, Stacy Gallagher, 
Tricia Hardick. Heather 
Jacobson, Katy Sweeny Row 2: 
Rich Krebs, Amy Sargent, 
Jennifer Freisinger, Tom 
Webber, Jeffrey Brooks, Brad 
Bantle, Erin Keefe, Kristen 
Haoenbuch. Kara Battavio 



The Allies Group 

Amy Risser, Krysta Randies, 
Dana Malley, Eva Jansiewicz, 
Robin Michaels, Cyn Herring, 
Allison Nethene. Christine 
Schirner, Joe Guber 



Habitat for Humanity 

Row 1: Ctiris Parker. Erika Fisher. Augic 
Accvcdi), Faith Ginlcr, .Sue Markey Row 
2: Pam Hodson, Faye Carter. Kaly Sweeny. 
Marya Bowman. Marly Judd, Barb 
MaeMillan, Craig Bert/. Linda Kohlweiler. 
ArtPaynlcr Row 3: AnnelleCashncr.Erin 
Donnelley. Allison Morris. Beeca 
Monaghan. Shelly Babe. Steph Mulh. Jen- 
hVi Tiiingcr. Kelly Jo McMurtrie. 
II I hson. Amy Sargenl. Joann 

I I. .: . I , IkihDouly. Jill Moyer. Tricia 
Hagetiorn. t rissy Stem. Liz Kar\'elis Row 
3: Mike Horehler. Julie Brown. Thomas 
Webber, Jim Hunler, Harry Heckler. Mark 
Edman. Rich Locos, Cheryl Cinkulis 



Clubs 1119 



Outreach 

Sue Markey. Li/ Bigood. Mar\ 
Miller. B. Elizabeth Miller. 
Jonathan Slothour 



Brethem Christian 
Fellowship 

Row 1: Mary Miller. Liz 
Bigood, Beth Miller. Gretchen 
Wenger Row 2: Jonathan 
Slothour. Sue Markey. Kara 
Metzger, Dan Poole 



Hillel 

Row 1: Debbie Masters. 
Allison Sagan. Beth Shapson 
Row 2: Jenn Bard, Stephanie 
Distell, Euca Rappopes 



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IVCF 

Row 1: John Scarborough. Rich 
Krebs. Harry Barnes. Mark 
Makary. Jon Slothour Row 2: 
Elizabeth Brooks. Caroline 
Taylor. Annette Cashner, Pam 
Hodson, Michelle English, 
Gretchen Nonemakcr 



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Colors United 



Colors United takes one final 
practice before performing in 
Tiiompson Gym. 



Row 1: Udochi Amachi Row 2: Sarah Cornell, Karen Herbert 
Row 3: Tracy Verano. Julie Unangst, Shanti Conners, Michael 
Lena, Sidney Samuels, Kim Lotls, Rhonda Millin, Joy Springer 



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Colors United is one of 
Etown's newest and most 
unique clubs. Their fall semes- 
ter was filled with many activi- 
ties such as a Diversity Week- 
end performance, participation 
in the homecoming festivities, 
and a hall program for Royer 1- 
South. In the Spring they 
participated in a Martin Luther 
King celebration as well as the 
Spring Arts Festival. 

With involvement like 
this year's Colors United is sure 
to be as successful and busy as 
Etown's many other clubs. 



Members of Colors United 
perfect one of their impressive 

roulines. 



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SAM Club, the Society 
for the Advancement of Manage- 
ment, had a very successful year. 
SAM participated in monthly 
meetings with the Lancaster chap- 
ter of SAM. ThehighHghtofthis 
year for SAM was a trip to Wash- 
ington, D.C. SAM also partici- 
pated in club dinners, sponsoring 
speakers and holding a spring 
banquet. With activities like these, 
SAM certainly served its pur- 
pose of uniting management ma- 
jors in an educational and inter- 
esting way. 



The members of SAM Club discuss 
important bu.sincss together at one of 
their meetings. 



Clubs 








Computer Science 

Row 1: Martin Brucgel, John 
Murray, Tammy MulT, Becky 
Davis Row 2: Mike 
Oberhollzcr, Rob Pezely, Brad 
Bantle, Scott McKenzie 



Accounting & Finance 

Row 1: Dana Secor. Nicole 
Garrett, Hope Lance, Marshall 
Pomroy, Tim Gultz, Kristen 
Hagenbuch Row 2: Tina 
Smith, Heather Jacobson, Deb 
Wilson, Linda Lawrence 



Math Club 

Row 1: Patrick Halpin, Todd 
Eicker, John Koontz, Christo- 
pher Lowe, Dave Zachary. 
Leigh Wilkes. Sue MArkey, 
Dan Doonan Row 2: Steve 
Tomas. Chris Walker. Matt 
Hueting. Gretchen Hartigan. Jen 
Harleman, Stacey Knerr. Laurie 
O'Hop, Gina Baldwin, Jennifer 
Robelen, Holly Richardson, 
Beth Foremsky 

Phi Mu Epsilon 

Row 1: Katie Shannon, Cheryl 
Cinkutis Row 2: Dave 
Zachary, Patrick Halpin, Gina 
Baldwin, Gabriela Sanchis 



Clubs 



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Political Science 

R(»\v 1: hlhan Haasc. Rac Lynn 
C\)\. Steve Tregea. Lance Beck 
Row 2; Dwayne Stone. Harry 
Heckler, Alex Haubeck. Karen 
McKinney. Liz Grace. Kelly 
Hennin>;. Ann Madden 



History Club 

Kristen Power, Sara Bonadio. 
Martha Ladd, Jim Cordery, 
Toney Guerrera, Jen Straub 



English Club 



B: Jennifer Schillig. Laura 
Gilligan, Angie Heffner. Lori 
Jones, Crystal Mills. Diana 
Hirtzel Row 2: Stephanie 
Hirtzell, Mark Clapper, Jennifer 
Hanlon, Christine Hannigan, 
Annette Cashner, Jennifer 
Hammes 



Pre Law 

Row 1: Michael Trimmer, Kyle 
Evans, Steven Tregea. Ann 
Madden. Lance Beck. Duane 
Stone, Elizabeth Grace Row 2: 
David Bartoli, Jessica Miller. 
Sarah Wolfroni. Misty Johannes 




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Clubs 



Education Club 




R..U 1 : Brooke Alhsoii. Karen Smilh. Belli Nagle. Tra\ is Cro/ier Row 2; Ani\ Ruddoek. Jenniler Gebharl. Kris Snook. Jen 
HAiilon. Amy Lucckcl. Tina Yingllng. Jennie Kcllv. Kirslen Poilc. TilTanie Aeelo. Judi Eilen. Colleen Sehniehl. Brian Ogle 
Row 3: Melissa Mirkovich. Slacy Gallagher, Marie Fazekas. Sheri Miller, Marimba Winston, Erin Romano, Laura Nelson. 
Kim Smith, Jennifer McCleaf, Erin Whitney, Julie Meckley, Andrea Seidman, Dawn Robertson. Julie Morris. Jill Stine. 
Kristin Hoffman Row .3: Sue MArkey, Christine Jackson. Lena Poff. Sarah Cornell. Christal Deeter, Aileen Mansueto, Becca 
Monaghan. Alison Morris. Heather Palmer. Wendy Lamb Row 4: Amy Sales, Meg Mowrer. Tami Ritchey. Amy Renninger, 
Pam Hodson. Cathy Plane. Kara Melzger. Heidi Frank. Becky Donecker. Heidi Trexler. Sue Hynian 



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Once again the Education 
Club had a very active year. From 
Homecoming until the end-of- 
the-year banquet, the Ed Club 
participated in many activities, 
such as a Christmas social, where 
books were bought and wrapped 
for disadvantaged children. The 
Ed Club also took a trip to Read- 
ing and held a Progressive Din- 
ner. 

The Ed Club sponsored 
many programs throughout the 
yeai-, from "Signs of Child Abuse" 
to "How to Survive Your First 
Year Teaching." As usual, the 
club had a busy but successful 
year! 

E-tow n'.s mascot tlew over to visit 
Wendy Lamb and Katie Frillig and 
steal a few of the Ed Club's infamous 
cinnamon rolls. 



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International Club 



K.i» I: Well Su-.iiKNci. n.iindJoniiiKn, M.irliiii V.inTongcrcn.TuinVVclislcr. M.mI 
Circshcr MuaiKiira. IX-nis Minin. Helix Simclanc Row 2: MachicI Tiddcns. Akshal Dn 
Maancn Mooij. Ayumi Shirai. Saskia Giclcma. Wendy Wise. Michelle Christ. Paula Whii 
Marya Bowman. Thahiso Makinlane Row 3: Kelly Hannon. Yuko Salo. Erica Rappoporl. 
Marimba Winston. Christa Koppcnhocler. Coenraad Dijkers. Eva Jansiewic/. Martin Bniegel 
Danijela Milic. han Kotos. Jodellc Much. Jessie Napathanchil, Carol Costa. Dr. Bii 
Barnada 




The International Club 
consisted of 85 official members 
this year. Foreign students, and 
students from International Busi- 
ness, modern language, and Inter- 
national Studies all worked to- 
gether with the faculty to plan 
many activities for the year. 

During the fall semester, 
they went to an Ethiopian restau- 
rant in Lancaster and to Washing- 
ton, D.C. A reception was also 
held for all foreign exchange stu- 
dents studying in the area. A cam- 
pus-wide International Night was 
also organized, where food, mu- 
sic, and crafts from different parts 
of the world were sampled. 



Wcir .Stegcmcycr take 
pose for the Aiiicric 



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Advocates for Peace 

Eva Jansiewicz, Liz Bidgood, 
Jennifer Hanlon, Dr. Clemens, 
Aric Pedersen, Derek Scott, 
Christa Koppenhoefer, Andrew 
Spragg 



Students Fight Back 

Row 1: Carol de Souza Costa, 
Laura Pisani Row 2: Jenny 
Biird. Joy Felter, Alison Kerr 



College Democrats 

Row 1: Tara Jennings, Jennifer 
Breen. Rob Ulmer, Michael 
Bellannino Row 2: Rae Lynn 
Cox, Coenraad Dijkers, Amanda 
Cox. Rohin Michaels 



Students for Choice 

Gretchen CoiTell. Krysta 
Randies. Sandra McC olgan. 
Anne Goldstein 



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WWEC 

Rob Ulincr. Heather Green. 
Brenda Fasolka. Andrea Berry. 
Bhris Black. Michael Miller.' 
Tricial Campbell, Don Simpson, 
.lason Wertz. Becky Fisher 



Conestogan 

Row 1: Craig Bertz, Lori Raver. 
Jay anna Kopp. Lori Jones. P.J. 
Hackett Row 2: Erin Romano. 
Jodi Brandon. Kristen Power. 
Sharon Harrigan. Beth Gerber 
Row 3: Jen Reedman, Jen 
Gebhart, Karen Levan, Jen 
Shockley, Amy Cummings 



Lit Magazine 

Row 1: J. Morin Row 2: 
Gretchen yeager. Maria Kopp. 
Monica Lenzy. Cynthia Herring 
Row 3: Aric Pederson. JetT 
Hibbert, Derek Scott 



Etownian 

Row 1: TilTany Cummings. 
Ayelet Rosenfeld, Barbara 
Fussaro. Melanie Wagner, 
Christa Arscott. Creighton 
Faust, Kelly Jackson Row 2: 
James Shancr, Mike Rubinkan 
Mike Schlottcrback. Brenda 
Fasolka, Christine Nichols, 
Kelly Zweibel. Andrea Berry. 
Ginger Wallace. Tara Jennings 



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ECTV 




Board of Directors 

Row 1: Megan Miller, Kim Powers Row 2: 

Erick Rommell, Ken Myers, Creighton Faust 




1993 proved to be a very 
eventful year for ECTV. At the 
same time, it was a year of new 
ideas and changes. Under the 
advisement of Professor Marty 
Thomson, new shows were de- 
veloped and old shows got a much- 
needed face lift. More students 
showed involvement with the 
shows than ever before. ECTV 
also received "The CNN 
Newsource Award of Excellence" 
from Turner Broadcasting Sys- 
tems. 



Look at all these 
buttons! I wonder 
what would happen 

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Men 's Volleyball 



Row 1: Dave Zachary. Kevin Pugh, Bill Murray, Tom Yecho, Jamie 
Andy, Mark Yingling, Mitch Murtoff, Dan Doonan Row 2: Christo- 
pher Lowe, R. Brian Dombrowski, Andrew Burkholder. Stephen 
Fowler, Jesse Kiilp, Marc Tumolo, Greg Phelan, Scott Ressler 



A beau till 
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set Irom one 




Spike! Another point 
for the EUzabethtown Men's 
Volleyball team. Once again, 
the intercollegiate team is com- 
peting against various other 
teams in Pennsylvania, Mary- 
land, and New Jersey. 

The team was off to a 
rough start, losing four vital 
starting players and gaining ten 
freshmen members, however 
the newcomers put forth their 
best efforts and proved them- 
selves a crucial part of the team. 

Participation in the 
Mid-Atlantic Club Volleyball 
Conference in the spring high- 
lighted the season. 



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Chris Lowe performs a 
powerful spike during a 
pre-season practice. 



l.Wl Clubv 




SOTA 

Row 1: Kristen At.ri, Christine 
Nelson. Melissa Zeigler. Bethany 
Ellison. Kristen MacDonald, 
Kimberly Rea Row 2: Monica 
Byington, Jennifer Gottheld. Debra 
Martins, Michele Johnson. Rebecca 
DiEgidio, Kristy Savidge, Kirsten 
Akehurst Row 3: Beth Christie. 
Heather Bard, Susan Barstow. 
Crissy Stem, Jessica Perry, 
Jacqueline Jones. Celia Wills 



Track & Field Club 

Row 1; Coach Luy, Marty 
Schmalenberger, Bruce Hansen, 
Harry Barnes Row 2: Christine 
Guzek, Toby Bastas. Jennifer 
Lynn, Jodi Raffensberger, Beth 
Havener, Martha Ladd, Carolyn 
Taylor 



MENC 

Row 1: Jim Love, Amy Faust, 
Laura Kenlin Row 2: Mariam 
Zucker, Steve Zimmennan. Barb 
Fantini. Bill Troutman Row 3: 
Kara Batavio, Julie Belz, Chris 
Andrade, Sue Kelley, Scott 
Seigel, Kevin Gardner, Dr. Jane 
Palmquist 



Karate Club 

Row 1: Dana Malley. Jessica 
Miller. Kristen Krug, Luke 
Livingston, Jennifer Johnson. 
Shannon Murray. Mike DcCark 
Row 2: Qui Chan. Scott 
Ressler, John Manis . Jr.. Ed 
Burke. Denis Minlin. Rob 
Grinnell. Rob La Grussa. Todd 
Cooper. Lou Kareha 



Clubs 



Psi Chi 



Row 1: Tricia Hardick. Beth 
Miller. Nicole Vacula Row 2: 
Sheri Miller. Hope Puro. 
Roberta Moore. Charlotte 
LeFever. Gina Spicknall. Diana 
Faust. Suzanne McKenna 



Delphi Society 

Row 1: Angie Heffner. Gina 
Baldwin Row 2: Stacy 
Gallagher. Kati Ridgely, 
Bethanv Kirkner 



Deha Mu Deha 

Row 1: Nicole Garrett, Deb 
Wilson, Tim Guhl. Katrina 
Lape, Linda Lawrence Row 2: 
Tina Smith. Julie Russack, Julie 
Ogurcak, Jen Fouchet, Jennifer 
Hahn 



Pi Theta Epsilon 

Row 1: Kristy Savidge. 
Katherine Staneva Row 2: 
Kirsten Akehurst. Greer 
Leuschner. Mary Beth Simpson. 
Katie Ridgely 




Clubs 



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Sigma Tau Delta 



Laura Gilligan proudly 
displays her GMAT study 
guide at Homecoming. 




Jennifer Schillig, Angie Heffner, Laura Gilligan. Jennifer 
Hanlon. Christine Hannigan, Kris Snook, Nicole Donze, 
Rence Reese 



Sigma Tau Delta, the 
international English honor 
society, continued its tradtions 
of setting high standards for its 
members and contributing to the 
community of Elizabethtown. 
Some events that highlighted 
Sigma Tau Delta's year include 
co-sponsoring the English 
Department's annual Christmas 
Social, offering poetry readings, 
and reading to the preschoolers 
at Brethern Day Care. Along 
with membership to Sigma Tau 
Delta comes the opportunity to 
compete for scholarships and 
receive publishing internships 
in Washington, D.C. 



Some of Sigma Tau Delta's new 
inductees pose with present members 
at the Induction Banquet. 



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Kristen Power is obviously 
liioroughly amused by the 
computer screen. 



All of these students hard at 
work. . .midterms strike 
again! 



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Chemistry Club 

Row 1: Joseph Chipriano, Kim 
Kaunitz, Jennifer Kabatt, Dr. 
Charles Schaeffer, Karen 
Koskowicz, Christy Donmoyer 
Row 2: Megan O'Brien, Fran 
Kennel Row 3: Benjamin 
Motz, Glenn Hartman, Maureen 
Zavitsky, Valerie Kropa. Brian 
Frost, Laura Reiker, Rich Krebs 



Biology Club 

Row 1: Glenn Hartman, Patti 
Logan, Megan O'Brien Row 2: 
Julie Brown, Kim Jones, Jamie 
Voshell, M. Sleighter, Amanda 
Cox, Joanne Gabowski, S. 
Mecolgan, Barb Turnbaugh, 
John Wolf Row 3: M. Connor, 
J, Chipriano, Mark Erdman, 
Dawn Jeziorski, Alison 
Nygamy, Benjamin Motts, J. 
Blythe 

Sock & Buskin 

Row 1: Ann Risser, Amy 
Bennett, Mike Burke, Dan 
MchHenry, Liz Aigner, Kara 
Nichko, Sharon Harrigan Row 
2: Ken Myers, Michelle Artz. 
Edward Lee, Ice Richardson, 
Dusty Paddock, Caren 
Heintzelman, Tim \. M. Row 3: 
Kelly Calnon, Sara Triller, 
Becky Hessong, Rob Bustin 



APB 

Row 1: Matthew Cook, 
Jennifer Weeks, Roberta 
Mooore, Beth Nagle, John 
Rorick Row 2: Becky Smith. 
Melissa Edwards, Lisa Young, 
Violet Mastelloni. Brian 
DeFilippis Row 3: Joe Watson, 
Gavin Van Boekel, Todd Eicker 



Proud 



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Freshmen Class Reps 

Row 1: Louie Smith. Alysia 
Shileds. Anitra Yusinski. Megan 
Forney, Sharon Harrigan Row 
2: Bethany Ellison. Brian 
Jaskelewicz. Bob Miller Row 
3: Lou Karena. Michelle Lenikc 



Junior Class Officers 

Drevv Ciesielka. Ann Madden. 
Tricia Campbell, Gary Sprenge 



Senior Class Reps 

Row 1: Melanie Byers. Joe 
Dimino. Jennifer Hahn Row 2: 
Todd Reinhart. Robert Ulmer. 
RaeLynn Cox, Matt Gilbert, 
Katrina Lape, Rob Pezely, 
Alyssa Metz. Rich Bagenstose 



SWSA 

Row 1 : Alyssa Metz, Lynn 
Hacker, Jennifer Trifari, Tracy 
Gilbert Row 2: Jennifer Shady, 
Tricia Hagedorn, Mindi 
Kensinger 



DJ Club 

Row 1: Ken Myers, Jared Stehr, 
Dave Sprawl, Ed Burke, Gary 
Sprengel Row 2: Mike Rubinkani. 
Scott Simpson, Rick Dennis, Jen 
Fouchel. Lisa Getz, Sherry Koonl/. 
Elinor Breslin, Andrea Berry Row 
3: Dave Conlian, Tami Ritchey, 
Lena Poff, Meg Movvrer. Sheila 
l.aniiis. Bill Patch. J. Morin 





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Craig Berlz displays his dedica- It's just a yearbook picture. ..why 
lion to the Conestogan staff. is everyone so stressed? 



Clubs 1137 



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inishing 




sports 

Another suucessful year for the athletic 
department was marked by winning sea- 
sons and post-season play. The 
"fminshing touches" included several 
teams vying for the Mid-Atlantic Con- 
ference titles and others gaining nation- 
al recognition in Division III ranking. 
With traditional winning form, the 
men's soccer team clenched the MAC 
Championship and achieved an incred- 
ible ranking of third in the nation. The 
women racketteers boasted an impressive rec- 
ord as champions of the Commonwealth 
League and winners of the MAC crown. MAC 
tournament play continued with Women's bas- 
ketball leading them to national playoffs. Fin- 
ishing the athletic calendar, spring sports add- 
ed their own finishing touches. The baseball 
and Softball teams continued to be victorious 
in the post season. 

Overall, E-town athletics boasted winning 
records in every season. The pride continues 
with our strong athletics programs — a tra- 
dition with the Fighting Blue Jays. 



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Once again Elizabethtown 
fans witnessed the tradition 
of men's soccer. A combina- 
tion of traditional excellence 
and a young team made for a 
surprisingly victorious sea- 
son. Finishing the season 
with a 21-3 record, the Mid 
Atlantic Conference title, 
and a third place ranking in 
the nation, the Jays entered 
the NCAA tournament as 
the host team. After a 2-0 
victory over the University 
of Scranton, the Jays at- 
tempted to overtake Messi- 
ah. The game was played 
well by both teams, however 
after two overtimes and sud- 



den death, the 0-1 win went 
to Messiah. 

The team was once again 
headed by Coach Skip Rod- 
erick. This year's captians 
were seniors Chris Condron 
and Ed Savino and junior 
Dan Webb. "It was a great 
season with a lot of mem- 
ories," said Savino, "It was a 
good way to end my career." 
From the talents and exper- 
tise of our seniors and jun- 
iors, to the anticipation and 
hopes of our sophomores 
and freshmen, Etown has 
had a team that was exciting 
to watch and deserving of 
praise. 




Do Young Sungho hustles to outmaneuver the opponents. 



Tony Guerrera demonstrates his corner kicking skills. 





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Top: Doug Fanner and John Colella use teamwork to 
their advantage. 

Bottom: Teammates experience the sweet taste of suc- 



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SOCCER 



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Row 1 : Coach G. Small, J. Hoy, E. Savino, M. Schlotterback, D. 
Hess, G. Crampton, C. Blair, D. Weinstein, Raulph Ivory, J. 
Casey, C. Condran, J. Colella, G. Merrill, D. Sunho, Coach D. 
Henirgues. Row 2: D. Webb, Coach S. Roderick, E. Hosier, C. 
Palmer, C. Grimes, J. Hosteller, B. Grech, D. Christian, J, 
Kiesel, S. McGlaughlin, D. Khanlian, S. Fedezko, J. Morgan, D. 
Panner, Coach P. Good, M. Giancrole. 





ETOWN SCORES 


ETOWN 


OPPONENT 


1 


Mary Washington 


2 


Eastern Mennonite 


2 


Delaware 





Bates 1 


6 


Manhattanville 


6 


Lebanon Valley 


3 


Muhlenburg 2 





Millersville 1 


1 


Juniata 


2 


Scranton 


6 


Franklin & Marshall 1 


8 


Albright 


5 


William Patterson 


5 


Widener 


2 


Trenton 


2 


Moravian 


3 


Dickinson 2 


4 


Susquehanna 1 


1 


Messiah 


2 


Lycoming 


1 


Drew 


2 


Messiah 1 


2 


Scranton 





Messiah 1 



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WOMEN'S 
SOCCER 




Row 1 : K. Doyle, S. Niezgoda. Row 2: T. Brady, T. 
Aceto, A. Nethen, C. Stover, J. Mejury, L. 
Wischner, H. Hewson, A. Hite. Row 3: Coach E. 
Batista, S. Conners, C. Irving, J. Jarzynski, S. 
Leonard, L. Schellhorn, A. Dalla Palu, G. Har- 
tigan, Coach J. Jones. 





ETOWN SCORES 


ETOWN 


OPPONENT 


2 


Drew 1 





Trenton 8 


1 


Gettysburg 6 


1 


Muhlenburg 2 


2 


Allegheny 1 


1 


Franklin & Marshall 


3 


Dickinson 2 


1 


Scranton 1 


5 


King's 1 


1 


Western Maryland 2 





Messiah 6 


2 


Marymount 1 


1 


Alfred 1 


1 


Kutztown 6 


8 


Wilkes 




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Top: Tara Brady struggles to obtain control of the ball. 



Bottom: Amy Hite eases past her competition. 




Love is an unusual word 
when considering a sports 
team, but it describes 
Etown's women's soccer 
team. With the leadership of 
captains, senior Amy Hite 
and junior Heather Hewson, 
the love of the game carried 
this team to a 8-6-2 overall 
record. Hite reflects on her 
soccer years in saying, "The 
friendships which have de- 
veloped through my soccer 
experiences will never dete- 
riorate. I thank all my team- 
mates for making my years 
at Etown memorable and ir- 
replaceable." 

The skills of several play- 



ers were recognized by the 
Mid Atlantic Conference. 
For the third year. Amy Hite 
was selected as MAC first 
team All Star. Hite, Jocelyn 
Jarzynski, Angela Dalla Palu 
and Sue Niezgoda were se- 
lected as MAC All Academ- 
ic. 

The bond that was created 
this year will motivate next 
year's team. Although seni- 
ors Amy Hite and Jocelyn 
Jarzynski will be missed, the 
game will continue to thrive 
for present and future wom- 
en's soccer players at Etown. 





Above: Ahead of the pack, Amy Hite and Janice Mejury work to move 
the ball into postion. 



Left: Heather Hewson shows us some of her fancy footwork. 



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Finishing an Impressive 
Season 



After a frustrating 1992 
season, the varsity field 
hockey team came back in 
1993 and compiled victory 
after victory to make this an 
impressive season. The sea- 
son ended with an outstand- 
ing 1 0-4-2 record. This was a 
rebuilding season for a 
young team with only two 
seniors to guide them. 

One of the team's goals 
was to become a "team 
unit." Game after game they 
showed their team unity by 
sticking together through 
thick and thin. Even though 
they were a young team, the 



talent was inspiring. 

The two seniors graduat- 
ing this May are the captains 
Charlotte LeFevre and Jen- 
nifer Shaeffer. Arlisa Shavely 
is the third captain as a jun- 
ior. LeFevre summarizes, 
"We started out really young 
with not a lot of returning 
players, but we played really 
well together. We bonded on 
and off the field. We had a 
great season!" This year's 
team may have been young, 
but next year the Lady Jay's 
bring back their talents and 
experience to be a dominat- 
ing force in the 1994 season. 







Above: Heather McMillan attacks with offensive moves. 



Right: Arlisa Snavely concentrates on maneuvering possession of the 
ball. 



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HOCKEY 



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Top: Leaving the opponent team behind to move into 
open field. 

Bottom: During a timeout, Coach Kauffman relates the 
strategic game plan to our Lady Jay players. 



Row 1 : D. Geverd, S. McKenna. Row 2: H. Ben- 
ner, J. Shaeffer, C. LeFevre, A. Snavely, H. Balmer. 
Row 3: H. MacMillan, L. Jacobson, M. Nelis, K. 
McClune. Row 4: Coach K. Klumpp, K. Burk, S. 
Gehrig, Coach Y. Kauffman. 





ETOWN SCORES 


ETOWN 


OPPONENT 


1 


Haverford 2 


3 


Scranton 2 


3 


Delaware Valley 





Messiah 1 


1 


Dickinson 


4 


King's 


2 


Swarthmore 1 





Franklin & Marshall 


1 


Albright 


1 


Susquehanna 3 





Moravian 





Lebanon Valley 3 


2 


Shippensburg 1 


4 


Widener 


1 


Western Maryland 


1 


Juniata 



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COUNTRY 



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Row 1 : M. Enterline, M. Bowman, J. Lynn. Row 2: 
R. McManus, M. Ladd, C. Taylor, D. Tully, M. 
Bennett, J. RafTensberger, E. Havemer, A. Smith, 
J. Rossini, S. Servia, J. Wolf. Row 3: F. Carter, B. 
Hansen, R. Mazairz, F. Femu, K. King, J. Leaman, 
M. Schmalenberger, H. Barnes, M. Bellarmino, 
Coach D. Luy. 




ETOWN SCORES 



WOMEN 

W 

WW 

LW 



MEN 
L 
WL 



Lycoming 
Albright/Juniata 

Dickinson/Messiah — 

— York L 
WW Western Maryland/John Hopkins LL 

WW Juniata/Lycoming WL 

L- Moravian/King's WL 



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Above: The women's team wishes each other another 
victory before the next race. 



Top: Jenn Lynn sets the pace, with Mindy Enterline 
close behind. 




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Running with the Wind 



This season was triumphant for 
the women's cross country team. 
The finished twelfth at the Mid 
Atlantic regionals, achieving a rec- 
ord year, over ranking other wom- 
en's teams in Etown's history. 
Coach Luy had his seventh con- 
secutive winning seasons. Accord- 
ing to Luy, this year was their best. 

Women's team captain Beth 
Havemer, was the only senior on 
the team. Under her guidance, the 
team flourished and bonded. She 
summed up the season by saying, 
"We are a family and have no se- 
crets." 

Cross country is the only varsity 
sport which the men and women 
practice together. While the wom- 



en's team excelled, 1993-94 found 
the Men's team plagued with prob- 
lems. Two main problems were a 
low number of players and per- 
sistent injuries. With these prob- 
lems, the men were never able to 
compete as an entire team. The 
team however was not in need for 
talent, dedication or support. 
Coach Luy commended on several 
outstanding athletes. Among them, 
junior John Leahman who was 
running for his first year. Also 
freshman Bruce Hansen was noted 
for a job well done. The team did 
not allow a few setbacks to ruin the 
season. 




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Above: Elizabethtown men lead away from their opponents Dickinson 
and Messiah. 




Right: Rob Maziarz crosses the finish line exhausted from the run. 



Sports I 1147 



J,. 



'mmmm 



Spiking and Serving 



After a rocky start, the one 
thing the Lady Jays did not 
loose was their spirit. This 
year's team not only had new 
faces but a new attitude. This 
new feeling also brought 
them into a new conference, 
the Commonwealth Confer- 
ence. In this conference the 
Lady Jays faced new oppo- 
nents and new challenges. A 
game that left an impact on 
Elizabethtown fans was their 
win against Johns Hopkins. 
They played hard until the 
win was in their column. 

Even though their efforts 
fell short of the MAC playoff 



bid, the Jays did not loose 
thier enthusiasm throughout 
the season. Hard work and 
devotion was the motto of 
this year's team, and it 
showed in the expressions on 
their faces spike after block 
after serve. 

Although much controver- 
sy surrounded the team dur- 
ing the entire season, ded- 
ication did not falter and 
they forged ahead regardless 
of the obstacles. Graduating 
no seniors, the Lady Jay vol- 
leyball team is hungry for a 
winning season in 1994-95. 





Above: Deana Macguire sets up the attack against the opponent. 



Right: April Metzger and Deana Macguire block against an opposing 3H» 
spike . . . Rejection! 




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48 I Sports 




Top: Teammates work together towards victory. 
Above:Karyn McKinney up for a spike!! 



D 
E 



VOLLEY- 
BALL 



N 
E 




Row 1: D. Macguire, M. Forney, S. Koontz, H. 
Showalter, L. Walker. Row 2: Coach M. McFree, 
T. Forney, M. McCauley, K. McKinney, A. 
Metzger, L. O'Hop, S. Orss, S. DeHaan, M. 
Yingling. 





ETOWN SCORES 


1 


ETOWN 


OPPONENT 1 


3 


Dickinson 





1 


Marietta 


2 





Allegheny 


2 





Grove City 


2 





Capital 


2 


1 


Messiah 


3 


1 


Susquehanna 


2 


w 


Upsala 


forfeit 





Franklin & Marshall 


2 





Moravian 


2 





Messiah 


2 





Dickinson 


2 


1 


Susquehanna 


3 


2 


Widener 


3 





Western Maryland 


3 





York 


2 


1 


Moravian 


3 


2 


Johns Hopkins 


1 





Wilkes 


2 





Juniata 


3 





Albright 


3 





Allegheny 


2 





Mary Washington 


2 





Western Maryland 


2 





Stony Brook 


2 



D 
E 



WRESTLING 



N 
E 




(Row 1) J. Ford, J. Barbush, S. Yokum, J. Hol- 
linger, C. Rumbaugh, M. DeCarlo, D. Francis. 
(Row 2) Coach B. Herman, R. Dennis, J. Micketz, 
M. Cook, C. Black, S. Schultz, M. Schwartz, B. 
Hermann Jr., Coach E. Mast. 



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ETOWN SCORES 




ETOWN 




3PPONENT 


19 


Juniata 


31 


36 


Gettysburg 


16 


25 


Albright 


21 


10 


York 


27 


18 


Scranton 


27 


33 


Moravian 


18 


33 


Lebanon Valley 


21 


17 


King's 


28 


41 


LaSalle 


9 


26 


Susquehanna 


16 


9 


Lycoming 


41 


9 


Delaware Valley 


40 


24 


Messiah 


26 


28 


Upsala 


16 




Top: Steve Schultz looks on as Chris Rumbaugh tak( 
down an opponent from Upsala. 

Bottom: Chris Black takes control of the situation. 




Etown Grapplers 
Matching for Victory 



The 1993-94 season for 
the Elizabethtown's grap- 
plers was a series of victories. 
Out of the starting gate, the 
team hit a 1-1 split, as 
Juniata gave them a chal- 
lenge and Gettysburg handed 
them a win. Continuing in 
the season's highlights, Mor- 
vian College presented a de- 
cisive win to the Fighting 
Blue Jays. Through a series 
of forfiets and pins, Etown 
could not help but rack up 
the points as Etown picked 
up more wins in crushing 
Lebanon Valley, with the 
help of Justin Barbush and 
Jamie Hollinger. Also 



against LaSalle, Jason Ford 
and Chris Black pinned their 
opponents in under three 
minutes, aiding in the in- 
credible 41-10 pummeling of 
the Division One team. 

With these victories the 
season ended with the 8-7 
record, and began a rigorous 
process of preparing for the 
MAC Tournament at 
Juniata. Freshman grappler 
Ken Nichols surveyed the 
year with an approving eye. 
"It went pretty well, with two 
people going to the Nation- 
als," he said, "We basically 
had a good time!" 




Above: Chris Black catches a breath while contemplating his next move. 



Left: Chris Rumbaugh easily puts his opponent down to the mat. 



Sports I 151 



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Lady Jays, Determined 
for the Win 



Dedication and determina- 
tion from the whole squad 
helped the Elizabethtown 
Women's Basketball team to 
another winning season. The 
Lady Jays were guided 
through the season by their 
seniors. Susie Young who had 
a spectacular season, being 
phenomenally consistent 
game after game. Other senior 
leaders were Susie Burkhouse 
and Shannon Kelly. 

Coach Yvonne Kauffman 
led her talented team to the 
first round of the NCAA Na- 
tional Championship Tourna- 
ment. The season had numer- 
ous highlights during the 



season. Junior Heidi Metzger 
gained fame by earning her 
1000th career point average. 
Susie Young and Kris Kruse 
were named ETown's Athletes 
of the week. Also Angie Haas 
and Susie Young were named 
MAC Players of the Week. 
Noted victories for the team 
occurred when they trampled 
over rival Susquehanna Uni- 
versity twice. 

Team captain Kris Kruse 
summed up the season by say- 
ing, "The team really came to- 
gether and we dedicated our- 
selves to making this year a 
successful one." 




Above: Jodi Hillegass muscles past Gettysburg College for the lay up. 



Right: Kris Kruse leaves everyone behind for the easy two. 



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Top: Jen Harleman lofts one from the charity stripe as 
teammates and fans look on. 



Bottom: From the middle of the paint Angie Haas shoots 
the jumper where F&M can't stop her. 



D 
E 



WOMEN'S 
BASKETBALL 



N 
E 




(Row 1) S. Burkhouse, S. Kelly, K. Kruse, S. 
Young, H. Metzger, A. Haas, M. NeUs. (Row 2) 
Coach Y. Kauffman, J. Ogurcak, L. Satteson, L. 
Huriey, T. Herrmann, J. Harleman, J. Hillegass, S. 
Rudy, L. Nelson, Coach B. Whary. 





ETOWN SCORES 


1 


ETOWN 


OPPONENT 1 


79 


Centre 


69 


78 


Marymount 


86 


79 


Roanoke 


59 


77 


Susquehanna 


65 


80 


Messiah 


70 


87 


Scranton 


96 


94 


Lycoming 


82 


64 


King's 


46 


73 


Widener 


42 


75 


Albright 


40 


78 


Lebanon Valley 


70 


53 


Franklin & Marshall 


47 


75 


Susquehanna 


70 


80 


Juniata 


70 


114 


Widener 


43 


86 


Messiah 


78 


89 


Moravian 


72 


93 


Gettysburg 


71 


90 


Albright 


44 


95 


Moravian 


97 


72 


Western Maryland 


61 


72 


Juniata 


61 


84 


Lebanon Valley 


59 


90 


Madison 


61 


92 


Scranton 


72 



SIDE 



MEN'S 
BASKET- 
BALL 



LINES 




(Row 1) A. Burkholder, T. Crozier, E. Schwartz, M. 
Anderson, B. Charleston, D. BArtoli, R. Porowski. 
(Row 2) Asst. Coach C. Sanchez, Asst. Coach S. 
Schulman, T. McElmoyle, L. Bellew, M. Coassolo, 
T. Kuffa, J. Kulp, S. McCabe, Coach B. Schlosser. 





ETOWN SCORES 


1 


ETOWN 


OPPONENT 1 


70 


York 


63 


65 


Franklin & Marshall 


85 


80 


Delaware Valley 


78 


76 


King's 


85 


78 


Susquehanna 


78 


79 


Messiah 


61 


81 


Scranton 


89 


113 


Wesley 


82 


71 


Trenton State 


75 


71 


Dominican 


76 


89 


Gallaudet 


99 


58 


Albright 


72 


86 


Lebanon Valley 


83 


84 


Muhlenburg 


97 


79 


Susquehanna 


73 


83 


Juniata 


64 


74 


Widener 


58 


95 


Messiah 


61 


82 


Moravian 


71 


70 


Moravian 


96 


90 


Albright 


91 


52 


Widener 


84 


93 


Juniata 


67 


48 


Lebanon Valley 


84 


85 


King's 


79 




Top: The Blue Jays take control at the opening tip. 



Bottom: Before taking to the court the team huddles to 
get pysched!! 





Shooting to Succeed 



There were many bright 
spots to this year's Men's 
Basketball team. The Jays 
defeated nationally ranked 
powerhouses Susquehanna 
University and Lebanon 
Valley College. Coach 
Schlosser felt that this was 
instrumental in the Jays late 
season run at the Mid At- 
lantic Conference title. The 
men wound up forth in the 
Commonwealth League with 
an 8-6 record. They made it 
to the semi-finals of the 
MAC'S. 

This year also marked 
some important events in the 
history of E-town hoops. 



Junior Travis Crozier 
reached a milestone by 
draining his 1000th point. 
Mark Coassolo demonstrat- 
ed his talent from the charity 
stripe by attaining the top 
free-throw shooting percent- 
age among the Division III 
players at mid-season. 

Etown loses three key 
players this season due to 
graduation; Tom Kuffa, 
Mark Coassolo and Brett 
Charleston. Schlosser re- 
ferred to Kuffa as," One of 
the most dominating Divi- 
sion III players in the region 
for the past two years." 




Above: Terry McElmoyle is on the defense against Moravian. 



Left: Rusty Porowski goes up strong through the defense. 



Sports r | 155 



Making Waves 



Elizabethtown's swim 
team has had another incred- 
ible year, from the beginning 
wins to the finishing victo- 
ries at MAC'S. The race 
times lowered in the pool 
and the enthusiasm in- 
creased on the deck. In both 
the men's and women's 
teams the mixture of upper- 
classman and freshman 
proved successful. The wom- 
en's team started out with a 
bang with wins over Franklin 
& Marshall College, Mans- 
field University and Lycom- 
ing College. Junior Kristine 
Landry said, "We all have 
something to be proud of, 



plus we had a blast." 

The men's team started 
their season a little slower 
with a disappointing loss to 
Dickinson College, but then 
picked up the pace through- 
out the season. Both the 
men's and women's teams 
made an impressive showing 
at MAC'S, with two male 
swimmers, Mike Schlot- 
terbeck and Steve Fowler, 
qualifying for nationals. 

Elizabethtown remains 
proud of our athletes and the 
swimmers are no exception 
as proud, fighting Blue Jays! 



AO 



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30 



25 





Above: Heidi Frank takes the lead with her strong butterfly. 



Right: Liza Hahn flies through the water. 



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Top: The Lady Jays get set on their blocks in an ex- 
hibition heat. 



Bottom: Judson Wagner gets an early start on the com- 
petition. 



SIDE 



SWIMMING 



LINES 




(Row 1) J. Lynn, F. Ginter, M. Wamer, C. Jackson, K. 
Stauffer, K. Suffredini, E. Hernandez, L. Hahn, M. Krus- 
man, B. Wintergreen. (2) K. Donovan, J. Krapft, B. MofTitt, 
K. Cierkowski, S. Muth, S. Distell, C. RawclifTe, M. Silar, H. 
Frank, K. Lotts. (3) Coach Guinivan, B. Jaskelewicz, J. 
Kondisko, N. Nusbaum, M. Schotterbeck, J. Greenbaum, S. 
Fowler, R. Krebs, K. Urban, G. Neufeld, P. Smith, T. Boyer, 
J. Wagner. 



ETOWN SCORES, WOMEN 




ETOWN 


OPPONENT 1 


65 


Dickinson 


140 


41 


Washington & Jefferson 


54 


59 


Albright 


29 


103 


MiUersville 


159 


33 


Franklin & Marshall 


59 


104 


Western Maryland 


101 


35 


Lycoming 


60 


77 


Mansfield 


9 


109 


Lebanon Valley 


78 


93 


Washington 


110 


115 


King's 


69 


126 


Susquehanna 


79 


80 


Widener 
ETOWN SCORES, MEN 


126 


ETOWN 


OPPONENT 1 


80 


Dickinson 


125 


53 


Washington & Jefferson 


42 


61 


Albright 


33 


31 


Franklin & Marshall 


61 


104 


Lycoming 


95 


99 


Lebanon Valley 


84 


70 


Washington 


137 


90 


King's 


21 


125 


Susquehanna 


72 


102 


Widener 


103 



LINES 




(Row 1) N. Musmani, I. Buckwalter, C. Faust, B. 
Ogle, N. Kenien, M. Reddig. (Row 2) Coach S. 
Roderick, C. Grimes, S. Passe, M. Clapper, B. 
Tolbeck, D. Weinstein. 





ETOWN SCORES 


ETOWN 


OPPONENT 


7 


Western Maryland 2 


8 


Lebanon Valley 1 


4 


Scranton 5 


7 


Juniata 2 


1 


Albright 8 





Dickinson 9 


3 


Susquehanna 6 


1 


Franklin & MarshaU 8 


3 


Messiah 6 


6 


Widener 3 


6 


Moravian 3 





Gettysburg 9 




Top: Creighton Faust returns the volley to his opponent 



Bottom: Nick Kenien launches toward the ball, smash- 
ing it back. 




Even though the Men's 
Tennis Team started their sea- 
son late, because of the never- 
ending winter snow, the team 
worked hard to achieve a re- 
spectable 5-7 season. Once the 
men started, they started with 
style. With their first match 
being the first time they were 
able to be outside, the team 
played well achieving a vic- 
tory of 7-2 over Western 
Maryland. From then on it 
was a roller coaster season of 
wins and losses. Head Coach 
Skip Roderick coached a 
young team through a tough 
line-up of MAC Conference 
players and matches. The 



team finished third in the Mid 
Atlantic Conference. Also in 
MAC doubles, Brian Torbeck 
with Charlie Grimes and 
Dave Weinstein with Nick 
Kenien went to the Quarter 
Finals. 

Even though there were no 
seniors on the squad this sea- 
son, the team pulled through 
with big wins for the team. 
Some players who saw a lot of 
action were: juniors Nick 
Kenien, Brian Torbeck, 
Creighton Faust, and Mike 
Reddig; sophomore Nick 
Musmani; and freshman 
Charhe Grimes, Dave Wein- 
stein and Saul Passe. 




Left: Brian Torbeck warms up for the serve. 



Sports] Il59 



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Love Prevails to 
Champions 



The 1993-94 seaon was an 
excellent one for the Lady 
Jay's tennis team. This sea- 
son marked the first in which 
the team played in the fall 
instead of the usual spring 
season. Not only did the 
team end with an 11-1 rec- 
ord, they finished the season 
as champions of the Com- 
monwealth League and win- 
ners of the Mid Atlantic 
Conference. The MAC title 
was the first conference 
championship for the Lady 
Jays. 

The team gives a lot of 
credit to the first year coach, 
Kathy Montgomery. Star 



players of the season include 
Kara Metzger, who played in 
the MAC singles champion- 
ship. Also in the MAC cham- 
pionships, Michelle Artz and 
Lisa Zimmer placed second 
in doubles. Jenny Baker and 
Jen Bashore also competed 
in the women's doubles at 
the MACs. 

The team will be losing 
two seniors in May, Michelle 
Artz and Christine Fierro. 
Although Artz and Fierro 
will graduate with the 
strength remaining, the team 
looks forward to another suc- 
cessful season. 




Above: Michelle Artz, Coach Montgomery, Kara Metzger, and Lottie 
Smith give the camera a smile after a successful match. 



Right: Kara Metzger stands ready to attack the serve. 





1 60 I Sports 





Top: Senior Christine Fierro shows her strong forehand. 



Bottom: Michelle Artz advances forward to return the 
lob. 




(Row 1) J. BAker, A. Lueckel, N. Carello, M. Artz, J. 
Bashore. (Row 2) Coach K. Montgomery, B. Hassett, 
C. Fierro, K. Metzger, T. Watkins, L. Zimmerman, L. 
Smith. 





ETOWN SCORES 


ETOWN 


OPPONENT 


8 


Lycoming 1 


6 


York 3 


5 


Messiah 4 


8 


King's 1 





Franklin & Marshall 9 


8 


Albright 1 


8 


Susquehanna 1 


7 


Moravian 2 


5 


Scranton 4 


9 


Widener 


8 


Juniata 1 


5 


Scranton 4 



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(Row 1) T. Conjar, A. Mock, J. Hendl, D. Wolanin, C. 
Fair, D. Cappuccio, managers. (Row 2) J. Eichhorn, D. 
HoUinger, E. Toomey, C. Carson, B. Shipman, 
Dougherty, M. Broscious, G. Raimondi. (Row 3) I. 
Smeltz, B. Mayo, D. Arpa. C. Reppert, M. Bekelja, G. 
Yeager, T. Weinrich. (Row 4) Asst. Coach J. Gergic, 
Head Coach J. Gergic, S. Kisty, M. Wagner, T. Smith, K. 
Evans. 





ETOWN SCORES 




ETOWN 


OPPONENT 1 


3 


Haverford 


2 


5 


Dickinson 


4 


11 


Franklin & Marshall 


2 


7 


Moravian 


5 


3 


Moravian 





10 


Montclair 


8 


11 


York 


26 


6 


York 


5 


2 


Juniata 


1 


7 


Juniata 





3 


Allentown 


7 


12 


Scranton 





5 


Susquehanna 


3 


8 


Susquehanna 


4 





Albright 


7 


7 


Albright 





20 


Wilkes 


5 


8 


Widener 


5 


14 


Widener 


6 


8 


Lebanon Valley 


4 


9 


Lebanon Valley 


1 


9 


Rowan 


12 


7 


Millersville 


11 


3 


Messiah 





5 


Messiah 


2 




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Top: Tim Weinrich brings in another run to add to the 
Blue Jays winning record. 

Bottom: For team strategy against the opponents, Dave 
Hoilinger takes a sacrifice bunt. 




Around the Winning 
Horn 



The year of 1994 marked a 
great season although the Jays 
fielded 16 freshman, they 
managed to break the school 
record for wins in a season 
(33-11). They came one step 
away from the Division III 
World Series. After winning 
the Commonwealth League, 
the Jays went on to become 
the runner-ups in the MAC 
Championship and received 
the number four seed in the 
region. 

Individually, the team field- 
ed four players on the all- 
MAC team: Dave Arpa and 
Matt Wagner, Gary Yeager 
and Ian Smeltz. Coach John 



Gergic was named MAC 
coach of the year. Yeager was 
also named MAC player of the 
year and was placed on the all- 
Mid Atlantic team. Arpa was 
named to the all-tournament 
in the NCAA regional. 

There were a few great ca- 
reers that came to a close this 
year including Dave Arpa, 
Matt Wagner, Billy Shipman, 
Eric Toomey and Kyle Evans. 

Finally, a few records were 
broken: Yeager broke the 
mark in single season win at 9 
and team MVP John Hendl 
tied the single season mark in 
triples at eight. 




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Above: Matt Wagner guards first as he looks on to the batter. 



Left: Blue Jay's Eric Toomey winds up for a strike to the opponent. 



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Running the Bases to 
Victory 



Softball's new coach, 
Wendy Synder, guided the 
team to a successful season. 
The season started off slow 
with a 2-6 record, but then 
powered back finishing the 
season with a 15 game win- 
ning streak to complete their 
21-8 record. With heavy hit- 
ters returning from Val 
Degler and Kim Hampson, 
and the new power from the 
freshman pitcher Sallie 
Mohr the team had nowhere 
to go but up. Junior Pam 
Stiner comments, "Even 
though we got off to a rough 
start, our ability to pull 
through at the end and make 



it to the MAC playoffs shows 
that we are really an out- 
standing team!" 

The team finished second 
in the Mid Atlantic Com- 
monwealth League. The 
team loses four star players 
to graduation this year, Val 
Degler, Leanne Workman, 
Kim Hampson, and Michelle 
Weitzel. However the team- 
mates remaining know by 
this year's record that hard 
practice and teamwork can 
pay off. 





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Above: Michelle Weitzel is in position waiting for her next play. 



Right: Jennifer Kimmel heads for first after hitting to the outfield. 




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1 64 I Sports 




Top: Val Degler brings in a run as Jennifer Kimmel 
watches the plate. 

Bottom: Third baseman Jodi Kuehn stays alert, keeping 
an eye on the batter and the runner on third. 



SIDE 



SOFTBALL 



UNES 








(Row 1) A. Zawislak, K. Hampson, V. Degler, M. 
Weitzel, L. Workman. (Row 2) J. Kimmel. A. Hall, 
S. Maurer, J. Ochs. (Row 3) Coach W. Synder, N. 
Weiss, J. Kuehn, S. Mohr, P. Stiner. 





ETOWN SCORES 


1 


ETOWN 


OPPONENT 1 


5 


Western Maryland 


6 


10 


Western Maryland 




3 


Muhlenburg 




7 


Muhlenburg 




4 


Messiah 




3 


Messiah 




5 


Trenton State 


20 


2 


Trenton State 


21 


3 


Susquehanna 




10 


Susquehanna 




7 


Moravian 




13 


Moravian 




5 


Lebanon Valley 




10 


Lebanon Valley 







Scranton 




1 


Scranton 




9 


Juniata 




4 


Juniata 




6 


Dickinson 




10 


Dickinson 




13 


Widener 




15 


Widener 




11 


Franklin & Marshall 




7 


Franklin & Marshall 




11 


Albright 




13 


Albright 




9 


Swarthmore 




10 


Kings 




11 


King's 







Lycoming 


2 


11 


Wilkes 


3 




Top Center: Jay's Cheerleader Squad takes to the 
court during halftime to keep the fans rallied. 

Bottom Left: Marissa Kepner smiles to keep the 
crowd yelling. 



Bottom Right: Heather, Becca, Christine and 
Marissa face the soccer fans and lead in the cheers. 





Rallying the Crowds 



Cheerleading is a new ad- 
dition to the NCAA athletics 
at Elizabethtown College. 
The squad is still expanding 
and adjusting as this year 
marked the third year for the 
program. The cheerleading 
season includes men's soc- 
cer, men's and women's bas- 
ketball and wrestling. The 
number of members is small 
but with each new season 
they become more stable and 
continue to expand. The 
squad progressed immensely 
from the beginning of the 
season in October with vary- 
ing degrees of skill and style 
to a more unified appear- 



ance. Without the experience 
of Coach Loris Grogan, the 
captains Becca Coleman and 
Marissa Kepner, and the rest 
of the squad they would not 
have had the successful sea- 
son. The captains add, 
"With each new season we 
look forward to expanding 
our ranks and showing our 
support to the rest of the 
Elizabethtown College com- 
munity." 




Right: Michele Johnson takes the leading front during the timeout 
routine. 



Left: Cheerleaders support Christine Eberle while performing a stunt. 



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"This baseball team is the most 
successful team in 
Elizabethtown history. With a 
team consisting of thirteen 
freshman it is truely an extraor- 
dinan performance on every- 
body's part. The item to remem- 
ber most about this team is it's 
amazing chemistry" 
-Eric Toomey, Baseball captain 



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"The friendships which I have 
developed through my soccer 
experiences will never deterio- 
rate. I thank all my teammates 
for making my years at Etown 
memorable and irreplaceable." 
— Amy Hite, Women's Soccer 
captain 



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"Although the season certainly 
had its ups and downs, it's been a 
lot of fun. With everyone return- 
ing we have high hopes for the '95 
season." 
— Creighton Faust, Men's Tennis 




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"We are a family and have no 

secrets." 

— Beth Havener, Women's 

Cross Country captain 




"This has been a dream season. 
Never have I seen such a perfect 
mix of talent and heart in an 
Elizabethtown team. This is a 
relatively young team, and I 
know they'll be successful for 
years to come." 

— Kim Hampson, Softball cap- 
tain 



Sports 



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Dear Shannon: 

Thanks tor all the nian\ . man\ proud inoments and the 

joN \ ou alw a\ s bring to all of us. \\ ish you all the love, 

happiness, and success thai life has to offer. We're all 

alw ays here for you. 

GO FOR IT!! 

Congratulations and love. 

Dad. Mom. Sean. Dawn, Joe, Linda, Brendan, Cricket, 

Dave, and the Kelly Girls: Alyssa, Keely Rose and 

Megan 

Mav 94 



Melissa: 

We are proud of you. 

Love, 

Mom and Dad 
Megan and Sara 



Dear Katie. 

A precious little girl has become a 
beautiful young woman who has always set her 
goals high and surpassed them. You ha\'e made 
you parents and nine brothers and sisters \'en, 
proud. 

Love, 

Mom and Dad 




YOU'VE COME 



A LONG 



WAY BABY 



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Beth, 

To a very special daughter. 

Congratulations on reaching 

your goals. You have worked 

\ ery hard and we are very 

proud of you. 

Don't be afraid to follow your 

dreams. The future is vours. 



We lo\ e you very much. 

Parp and Marm 
Eric and Joanie 



n NICOLE 
With \our l(X)'~f effort, clear mind. & 
positi\ e altitude, not even bats, snakes, 
or storms, could keep you from 
achie\ ing academic e.xcellence. 
Maintain that good firm handshake. 
1^1^ C Ah\a\ s run \ellow lights. CK awaits 

H I your return home as Bruno continues 

to hassle him. Todd sends his lo\e & congratulations \ ia 
Titan 4. Our sincere wishes for happiness & prosperitv . 
We are very proud of you & love you very much. 

LOVE MO.M & D.AD 



Congratulations! It almost 
seems like yesterday you started 
on the pathway of acquiring 
knowledge, and soon you will 
^^ ^ y^m graduate from college. Wher- 
^B .(*\^Wv ever your career leads you. 
remember although apart in distance, you will 
always be close to our heart. He that has pa- 
tience may accomphsh anything. 

All our love. 
Mom and Dad 





So glad you're "Back On 
Your Feet Again"! I am 
very proud of you. Baby. 

Love. 

Daddy 

Mommy. Jude. Steve. 
Courtney. Baby. Ash. 
Sue. Budweiser. Buck, 
and Marina are all proud 
of vou too! 



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HyK^^i^B ROB ULMER 

I^I^R^^P^H First, you learned to crawl. 
^^^ ' T-i^B Then, you learned to walk. 
r ^C^ ^"^- y"" ^^^^ learned what it 
k^ ■>* takes to walk ahead of the others. 
^ Good Luck! We are all proud of 

Love. Mom. Dad, Bill and Allison 
along with Naunie. Nana, and Pop. 


Kevin Pugh How did it happen? The 
^^^^^^^^^M years rushed past. Our little 
^H ^^^1 boy grew up so 
H^ • 4, ^^^H You've always made us 
By '^^H so proud. Dare to dream great 
W^ '^^^^^1 dreams and strive to make them 

^1 With love, 
^H Mom, Dad, Ron, Ryan, 
^ Scott, and your grandparents 


BEST OF LUCK 
WE'RE SO PROUD OF YOU! 

Love, 
Mom, Dad, Chrissy, Joey, and Maura 


Amanda, 

Our greatest jov is our familv. YOU make 
that joy complete! 

Congratulations on your graduation and 
your achievements at E-town. 

Our love and prayers always. 

Mom and Dad 


Linda, 
We're proud of your accomplishments the last four 
years, and we've enjoyed being part of you experience. We 
watched you learn and grow and shared your joys, sorrows, 
and frustrations. We know it wasn't easy, but you worked 
hard and now you've reached your goal - a job well done. 
We wish you success and happiness. Believe in yourself, 
do your best and keep your values. 

Remember we will always be here for you. 
Congratulations on you graduation - you earned it! 
The tassle was worth the hassle. 
Love, 
Mom and Dad 







CONGRATULATIONS 
BABY! 

LOVE, 
MOM & DAD 


Kyle, 

The rung of the ladder was never meant to 
rest upon, but only to hold a man's foot long 
enough to enable him to put the other one higher. 
Best wishes on continuing the climb! 

Con grad ulations - We love you! 

Dad - Kristen - Kara 




You have always been the 
^^^^^^^^ "Sunshine" our our 
^^^J^^HH^ precious gift from God. May 
WB^^j^ ^ life give you as much happiness 
^^r^ 1 as you have given us. You have 
^ ^^ always made your achievements 
" look so easy, but we know of 
your dedication and hard work 
-^1^^ in accomplishing your goals. 
"V You deser\e the best. 
^- igl Love. 

'*^' Mom. Dad. & Bretl 



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It N(Hi can imaeinc it 
You can achic\c it. 
If you can dream it. 
You can become it. 

Dear Jennifer. 

Our dream for you. 

Has been achieved by you. 

All that you are. 

Is more than ue ct)uld imaaine! 



Love. 

Mom and Dad 




Dear Tina, 
To us, it seems 
like you started school 
yesterday. We are so 
proud of the young 
woman you have become. 
May you future be filled 
with much more success 
and happiness. 

Lots of love always, 

Mom & Dad 



James B. Greenhaum 

These past four years at E-town have been tilled w ith 
new challenges, friends, experiences, and memories that 
you will always cherish. The knowledge you have gained 
will be the foundation for your future. We are so proud of 
all your accomplishments and the man you have become. 
May the rest of your life be filled with rewarding times. 
We wish you nothing but love, happiness, and success. We 
will always be there for you! Good luck James, here's to a 
bright future! 

Love. Mom. Dad. and Peter 



Beth the stately, Beth the tall 
We recall when you were small 
Little League, Show Choir too. 
With great pride we cheered for you. 
College years are passing fast 
Graduation comes at last. 
Best of luck, success to you! 
Look out world, Beth's coming thru! 

Love, Mom Bob, Grandma & Grandpa Deag 



DearB. Hon, 

Congratulations on a job well done. We're 
very proud of you ! 



Love, 
Mom, Dad, Jenn, and The Boys 




Jill, 

You've come long 
way ! We are very proud of 
your accomplishments. We 
hope all of your future 
dreams come true. 

Love, 
Mom, Dad, & Eric 



Dear Jennifer. 

Ail the effort and hard work you have put in o\er liie 
last four years will begin to pay off now. 

Best wishes and success in all your future endeavors. 

We are very proud of you. 

Love. 

Mom. Dad, and Mik.- 



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Proud of you. 
Love, 
Mom and Dad 



Dave, 

Froin the very 
first moment you brought 
us great joy and pride 
and continue to do so. 
We wish you a life of 
love, happiness, and 
great achievement. 



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Angle, 

We often ponder through 
the day why God has blessed 
us this way, but He has given 
us the joy of having an angel 
like you. We love you and 
are very proud of you. 
CONGRATULATIONS ON 
YOUR ACHIEVEMENTS. 

Love, 

Mom and Dad 



To Matt Gamson 

As surely as the spring rains fall, 

And just as surely as the sun will rise 

hot in the summer sky. We're sure of your 

success in life, and equally proud! 

All our love. 

Dad, Mom, & Justin 



Dear Buggins, 

We watched with joy as you took your first tentative 
steps as a dark-haired little toddler, and shared the excite- 
ment of that first day of kindergarten. School days flew 
quickly by and graduation is here at last. We once again 
watch with joy and pride as you step out as a loving, 
mature young woman. Go with confidence, knowing our 
love and support will be with you each step of the way. 
Congratulations! 

Love, 

Dad and Mom 



SUE 

The goals you've attained 

Reflect your hard work and perserverance. 

It's a joy to see you 

Achieve your well-earned success. 

You fill us with pride and happiness. 

Love, 

Mom, Dad, and your family 




DEAR JENNIFER. 

YOU HAVE 
OVERCOME INJURY 
AND ADVERSITY AND 
WE ARE VERY, VERY 
PROUD OF YOU. MAY 
YOUR LIFE BE AS 
BRIGHT AND SHINING 
AS YOUR SMILE. 

LOVE ALWAYS 
GRAMMIE 
AND POPPIE 



Yo, Mike! 

Well here it is, the day the world has been waiting for! 
It seems like only yesterday we were mourning the loss of 
your freshman roommate due to sloppiness; the little vaca- 
tion from school given to you by the Campus Judicial Board; 
the call telling us "my accounting teacher doesn't understand 
me and that's why I just mis.sed the Dean's List"; and finally, 
your scenic ride to Maryland compliments of the Motor 
Vehicle Agency. Even with these memories, we know you 
will do fine— your sense of humor, kindness to others, and 
love of life will guide you thru life. We are very proud and 
love you very much! Congratulations "Godsenl". 

Later! Mom. Dad, Tina, Clareann & Toolman 



Greg. 

It has been a joy to watch you grow, mature, and 
become such a great asset to society. You have a tremen- 
dous amount of knowledge, intellect, perception, dedica- 
tion, perserverance. and a wonderful caring attitude to 
share with the world. We would like to express our 
unconditional love and support to you as you continue to 
climb the ladder of success. 

Congratulations for a job well done! ! ! ! ! 

Love. Mom & Dad 




CONGRATULATIONS! 

Christine. 

You have always 
brought so much joy and 
happiness into our lives. We 
arc \ cry proud of you. Wishing 
you all the best in you r future. 

Love. 

Mom. Dad. Angle, and 
Stephen 



Proud Parents 1175 



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LichLM- Marliii! 

Deine Oma und 
Fanny aus Old Germany 
sind sehr stolz auf Deinen 
erst klassigen Studiem 
Abschluss. Wir freuen 
Lins auf ein 
Aufwiedersehens Party. 

Deine Oma 



Dear Daryl, 

We are very greatful for your magnificent 
academic accomplishments, but more impor- 
tantly, so very proud of the personal virtues you 
have acquired, for these are tmly the most 
meaningful aspects of life. We love you. 

Mom and Dad 

Way to hang in there - Danielle and Dayton 



Denise, 

Congratulations on your college achieve- 
ments. We are all very proud of you. 



Love, 

Mom, Dad, Chrissy, Christian, and 
Brandy 



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JEFF- 
CONGRATULATIONS ON A 
JOB WELL DONE! 
WE WISH YOU LOVE, 
HAPPINESS. SUCCESS. 
AND A LONG HEALTHY LIFE. 

WE LOVE YOU. 
MOM AND DAD 



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Dear Chrisia. 

May you bring into 
your classroom all of the love 
and joy that you have brought 
into our lives, and may God 
always keep you in his care. 
We are so very proud of you. 

Love, 
Mom & Dad 
Greg 
Nana & Pop-Pop 



To my Dear Amy, 

I am so proud of you. Your accomplish- 
ments through your life, especially since your 
father's death, have shown me how very special 
you are. Now we have two graduates from E- 
town, your father and you. 

I love you! 
Mom 



Jen. 



Every great effort, every noble feat appears at first 
glance to be impossible. We are proud of your efforts as 
well as your achievements. Go as far as your dreams will 
take you. We are all behind you! 

Congratulations! 

Love, 

Mom. Dad. Cindv. Rich, Sarah. Melissa, Mike 



Dear Bill. 

We are all very proud of your talents and 
achievements. You have made our dreams come 
true. Best wishes for continued success, happi- 
ness, and satisfaction in all your future endeav- 
ors. 

Love always. 
Your family 



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as you start a new 
page in your life. 


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Aceto, Tiffanie 125, 143 

Acevedo, Augustine 22, 74, 119 

Acri, Kristen 131 

Addari, Gabriella 87 

Agren, Stephen 75 

Aigner, Elizabeth 79, 135 

Akehurst, Kirsten 46, 86, 131 

Albin, Elizabeth 87 

Albright, Rachel 78 

Albright, Susan 83 

Alexander, Robert 78 

Allison, Brooke 125 

Alonzi, Dana 77 

Althouse, Jan 86 

Amato, Christopher 75 

Anderson, Michael 74 

Andrade, Christopher 82, 131 

Andy, Jamie 74, 130 

Andy, Vivian 79 

Anstey, Scott 74 

Antonio, Mark 76 

Applegate, Amanda 83 

Arpa, David 23, 46, 162 

Arscott, Christa 128 

Artz, Michelle 46, 135, 160, 161 

Ashley, Jennifer 84, 114 

Atherholt, Eric 76 

Audia, Darren 74 



B 



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Babe, Michelle 78, 119 

Back, Susan 76 

Bacon, Beth 46 

Bacso, Paula 86, 116 

Baer, Bradley 79 

Bagenstose, Richard 46, 136 

Baily, Melissa 85, 116 

Bair, Christopher 83, 141 

Baird, Bridget 83 

Baker, Angelene 82, 116 

Baker, Jennifer 46, 84, 116, 161 

Index 



Baldwin, Gina 46, 123, 132 

Balichik, Michael 46, 77 

Balmer, Heidi 83, 145 

Bankard, Jennifer 82 

Bantle, Bradley 83, 117, 119, 123 

Barbush, Justin 150 

Barclay, Todd 46 

Bard, Heather 83, 131 

Bardzik, Michael 79 

Barker, Krista 87 

Barna, Jessica 77 

Barnes, Harry 77, 120, 131, 147 

Barrato, Lauren 86 

Barstow, Susan 46, 131 

Bartell, Jacqueline 46 

Barthold, Jean 83, 116 

Bartko, Jody 116 

Bartoli, Daniel 82 

Bartoli, David 82, 124 

Bashore, Jennifer 161 

Bastas, Toby 87, 131, 166 

Bateman, Julie 76 

Battavio, Kara 119, 131 

Baulig, Susan 46 

Beal, Michael 82 

Bechtel, Rebecca 84 

Beck, Jodi 85 

Beck, Lawrence 47, 82, 124 

Beeman, April 87 

Beever, Denee 86 

Behringer, Mark 78 

Bekeija, Lawrence 82, 162 

Bell, Michele 77 

Bellarmino, Michael 77, 116, 127, 147 

Bellemare, Kristian 79 

Bellew, Lawrence 74 

Belsky, Alec 47 

Benedict, Tammy 47 

Benner, Holly 78, 145 

Bennett, Amy 78, 135 

Bennett, Martha 86, 147 

Benton, Kara 83 

Bentzel, Christopher 75 

Bentzel, Jennifer 87, 116 

Berg, Timothy 82 

Berry, Andrea 47, 128, 136 



Bertran, Suzanne 85 

Bertz, Craig 75, 119, 125 

Betoni, Michelle 86 

Betz, Julie 86, 131 

Bevan, Dawn 85 

Bezdziecki, Kathleen 79 

Bibb, Lori 85 

Bidgood, Elizabeth 77, 120, 127 

Bieg, Raymond 75 

Biggi, Jason 77 

Bickle, Ferdinand 79 

Birtwell, Jill 77 

Bitz, Jeremy 82, 116 

Black, Christopher 128, 150, 151 

Blanche, Jeremy 75 

Bleiler, Mary 83 

Blow, Rebecca 87 

BIythe, James 47, 78, 135 

Bogardus, Adrienne 86 

Bolton, Eric 75 

Bombico, Michelle 77, 119 

Bonadio, Sara 76, 124 

Bonadonna, Melissa 86 

Bonnette, Anne 47 

Boring, Julie 87 

Borro, Jennifer 87 

Bowditch, Heather 79 

Bowers, Amy 86 

Bowers, Stacie 85, 166 

Bowman, Jennifer 77, 116 

Bowman, Marisa 84, 147 

Bowman, Marya 78, 119,126 

Bowman, Sherry 47, 84 

Boyd, Jeffrey 83 

Boyd, Julie 47 

Boyd, Kevin 82 

Boyer, Heidi 76, 119 

Boyer, Todd 83 

Brady, Tara 84, 143 

Brandon, Jodi 77, 128 

Brassard, Anne Marie 79 

Brechtel, Nicole 85 

Breen, Jennifer 127 

Breslin, Eleanor 85, 136 

Brett, Jill 84 

Brockel, Valerie 79 



Brody, Stephen 47 

Brooks, Elizabeth 87, 120 

Brooks, Jeffrey 76, 119 

Broscious, Matthew 74, 162 

Brosius, Christopher 75 

Brown, Dorothy 76 

Brown, Julie 117, 119, 135 

Brown, Marc 74 

Bruegel, Martin 47, 83, 123, 126 

Brumbaugh, Lynne 76 

Buch, Thomas 76 

Buckey, Tara 47 

Buckwalter, Ian 78, 158 

Buonanno, Michelle 47, 117 

Burd, Jenny 127 

Burk, Kelly 82, 145 

Burke, Cristina 86 

Burke, Edward 83, 116, 131, 136 

Burke, Michael 76, 135 

Burkett, Kara 83 

Burkholder, Andrew 83, 130 

Burkhouse, Susan 48, 153 

Burrell, Melinda 86 

Bush, Melissa 48 

Bustin, Robert 74, 135 

Byers, Melanie 48, 122, 136 

Byington, Monica 84, 131 



Calabrese, Michele 82 

Calnon, Kelly 76, 135 

Campbell, Teh 23, 48 

Campbell, Tricia 87, 128, 136 

Cappuccio, David 74, 162 

Carello, Nina 83, 161 

Carlson, Rebecca 83 

Carlton, Jessica 83 

Carson, Chad 162 

Carter, Faye 77, 119, 147 

Caruso, Alisa 87 

Casey, Jeremy 74, 141 

Cashner, Annette. ..85, 116, 119, 120, 124 

Cervin, Adam 74 

Cessna, Stephanie 76 

Index 



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183 



184 



Chambers, Mark 75 

Charles. Christie 86, 116 

Charleston, Brett 48 

Chase, Kristen 83 

Chau, Cuong 76 

Chau, Qui 82, 131 

Chell, Paul 79 

Chestnut, Jennifer 87 

Chicalese, Coleen 79 

Chilcoat, Wendy 86 

Chipriano, Joseph 76, 135 

Chrishimba, Lawson 48 

Christ, Michelle 87, 126 

Christian, Daniel 78, 141 

Christie, Beth 131 

Christopher, Cheryl 85 

Ciccarella, Maria 85 

Cierkowski, Krystina 83 

Ciesielka, Andrew 136 

Cinclair, Carrie 85 

Cinkutis, Cheryl 48, 119, 123 

Cirincione, Carrie 82 

Clapper, Mark 76, 124, 158 

Clauser, Christopher 82 

Coassolo, Mark 48 

Colabella, Kris 79 

Colella, John 74, 141 

Coleman, Brett 48, 122 

Coleman, Rebecca 83, 166 

Collins, Jennifer 85 

Concodora, Nicole 76 

Condron, Christopher 141 

Conjar, Thomas 82, 162 

Conners, Shanti 19, 84, 121, 143 

Connor, Michael 82, 135 

Considine, Marie 82 

Conway, Linda 87 

Conway, Michael 83 

Cook, Matthew 74, 135, 150 

Cooper, Todd 74, 131 

Corcoran, Denise 48 

Cordery, James 74, 124 

Cornell, Sarah 121, 125 

Cornman, David 136 

Correll, Gretchen 86, 116, 127 

Cosci, Christopher 83 

Index 



Covello, Kara 87 

Cox, Amanda 76, 127, 135 

Cox, Rae Lynn 124, 127, 136 

Cramer, Jonathan 74 

Crampton, George 74, 141 

Cresthull, Cathy 86, 116 

Crewalk, Larisa 79 

Crop, Kathleen 87 

Crouse, Coley 74 

Crozier, Travis 75, 125 

Crush, Harold 48 

Cumbo, Steven 76 

Cummings, Amy 82, 128 

Cummings, Tiffany 83, 128 

Cunningham, Karen 84 

Curfman, Theresa 77 

Cutler, Emily 86 



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Dalla Palu, Angela 78, 143 

Dando, Michael 75 

Danenhower, Jennifer 79 

Danzeisen, Tracie 82 

Dauter, Eric 82 

Davenport, Amy 86 

Davis, Karen 84 

Davis, Monica 82 

Davis, Rebecca 48, 123 

De Las Alas, Ronald 74 

Deavor, Trinity 85, 116 

DeCarlo, Michael 83, 131, 150 

Dechert, John 75 

Decker, Lindsey 84 

Deeter, Christal 125 

DeFilippis, Brian 74, 116, 135 

Degler, Daniel 49, 76 

Degler, Valerie 49, 165 

DeHaan, Susan 83 

Deise, Dawn 78 

Dejewski, Jennifer 85 

Dell'Oso, Damian 74, 162 

Delong, Christine 49 

Dennis, Richard 82, 116, 136, 150 

DeRenzis, Jeanna 76 



Derenzo, Christina 49 

DeSouza Costa, Carol 84, 126, 127 

Dickinson, Gregory 74, 136 

DiEgidio, Rebecca 77, 131 

Diehl, Matt 83 

Dijkers, Coenraad 77, 117, 126, 127 

DiMatteo, Kristen 84 

Dimino, Joseph 49, 136 

Diodato, Michael 82 

Distell, Stephanie 86, 119, 120 

Diven, Kelly 49 

Djauhari, Otto 77 

Dombrowski, Brian 78, 130 

Donahue, Katharine 87 

Donecker, Becky 125 

Donmoyer, Christine 135 

Donnelley, Erin 84, 116, 119 

Donovan, Kelly 79 

Donze, Nicole 49, 133 

Doonan, Daniel 75, 123, 130 

Dougherty, Brian 74, 162 

Douty, Beth 82, 119 

Doyle, Krista 86, 116, 117, 143 

Drugos, Alexander 82, 116 

DuBosq, Jeffrey 75 

Duda, Barbara 49 

Duffy, Colleen 86, 118 

Dumbauld, Daniel 74 

Dunkleberger, Jaci 49 

Dwyer, Jeffrey 49, 75 

Dyer, Raymond 74 



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Eberle, Christine 79, 166, 167 

Edwards, Melissa 49, 135 

Eichhorn, Jeffrey 79, 162 

Eicker, Todd 24, 78, 123, 135 

Eikenberry, David 79 

Ellis, Jeanne 79 

Ellis, Robert 78 

Ellison, Bethany 76, 117, 131, 136 

Emig, Raymond 79 

Enders, Greg 75 

Engler, William 83 



English, Michelle 79, 120 

Enterline, Melinda 86, 146, 147 

Erdman, Mark 76, 117, 119, 135 

Esten, Jodi 85, 125 

Ettinger, Alexandra 80 

Evan, MaryAnne 86 

Evans, Kyle 49, 124, 162 



Fair, Chad 74, 162 

Faick, Brian 82, 116 

Falcocchio, Maria 77 

Fantasia, Christine 79 

Fantini, Barbara 79, 131 

Farrar, Derek 82 

Fasick, Karen 86 

Fasolka, Brenda 80, 128 

Faust, Amy 86, 131 

Faust, Diana 86, 116, 132 

Faust, Creighton 82, 128, 129, 158 

Fazekas, Marie 81, 116, 125 

Fedezko, Scott 83, 141 

Fegley, Joshua 77 

Fell, Michael 82, 116 

Felske, Margaret 86 

Felter, Joy 84, 127 

Femu, Fidelis 77, 126, 147 

Ferguson, Jennifer 78 

Ferguson, Staci 85 

Ferry, Joseph 83 

Feshler, Kristen 85 

Fetter, Debbi 84 

Fetter, Leslie 78 

Fierro, Christine 50, 85, 161 

Figarola, Donald 77 

Files, Nicole 86, 116 

Fiondella, Federico 75 

Firkal, Pamela 50 

Fisher, Erika 84, 119 

Fisher, Lara 78 

Fisher, Rebecca 50, 128 

Fitz, Julie 81 

Fitzsimmons, Daniel 74 



Index 



185 



Fix, Nancy 87, 116 

Flick, Robert 74 

Flower, Robert 50, 79 

Folk, Jason 77, 150 

Foremsky, Beth 76, 123 

Forney, Jennifer 81 

Forney, Megan 86, 136, 149 

Forney, Trishia 149 

Fortune, Karen 85 

Fosko, Christine 79 

Foster, Christa 50 

Foster, Elizabeth 86, 116 

Fouchet, Jennifer 82, 132, 136 

Fourhman, Joseph 82, 116 

Fowler, Stephen 50, 83, 130 

Frain, Lisa 83 

Francis, David 83, 150 

Frank, Heidi 23, 80, 125 

Fredette, Michelle 80 

Freisinger, Jennifer 80, 119 

Friese, Lorrie 85 

Friling, Katharine 87 

Frost, Brian 82, 135 

Frysinger, Todd 82 

Fussaro, Barbara 81, 116, 128 



G 

Galaskas, Noreen 86 

Gallagher, Brian 50 

Gallagher, Stacy 50, 81, 119, 125, 132 

Gallucci, Michael 50 

Ganter, Shana 86 

Gard, Melanie 86 

Gardiner, Kevin 83, 131 

Garrett, Nicole 50, 123, 132 

Garrison, Matthew 50, 82 

Gasper, Jody 87 

Gebhart, Jennifer 81, 125, 128 

Gegwich, Grant 74 

Gehrig, Stacey 82, 145 

Gehringer, Megan 87 

Geis, Jessica 78 

Gensler, Jessica 78 

Gentile, David 75 



Gerber, Beth 50, 116 

Getz, Lisa 82, 136 

Geverd, Dawn 85, 145 

Giancroce, Marco 82, 141 

Gibson, Alan 79 

Gietenna, Saskia 76, 126 

Gilbert, Matthew 51, 136 

Gilbert, Tracy 80, 116, 136 

Gilligan, Laura 51, 214, 133 

Gingrich, Todd 74 

Ginter, Faith 86, 119 

Goetz, Sheree 51 

Goldstein, Anne 86, 127 

Gottheld, Jennifer 86, 131 

Goughler, Tonya 86, 119 

Grabowski, Joann 79, 119, 135 

Grace, Elizabeth 86, 124 

Grady, Jennifer 87 

Grafstrom, Aimee 87 

Gratalo, Robert 75 

Gray, Deborah 51 

Graybill, Alison 78 

Graybill, Brian 51 

Green, Bryan 77, 141 

Green, Caroline 51 

Green, Heather 84, 116, 124 

Greenbaum, James 51 

Greenleaf, Wendi 51 

Grieco, Caterina 86 

Griffith, Clayton 51 

Griffiths, Mary 77 

Griffiths, Michael 51, 83 

Grimes, Kenneth 78, 141, 158, 159 

Ghnnell, Robert 74, 131 

Groschopp, Kimberly 77 

Gross, Erik 82 

Grossman, Scott 74 

Grubb, Susanna 51, 117 

Guhl, Timothy 51 

Gruska, David 74 

Gryckiewicz, James 75 

Guarino, Joseph 74 

Guber, Joseph 82, 116, 119 

Guerrera, Anthony 75, 124, 140 

Guessford, Kim 76, 118 

Guhl, Timothy 122, 123, 132 



1861 Index 



Guida, Ashli 87 

Guyotte, Amy 77 

Guzek, Christine 84, 131 



H 



Haas, Angela 86, 153 

Haase, Ethan 52, 116, 124 

Hacker, Lynn 52, 136 

Hackett, Charles 128 

Hagedorn, Tricia 52, 119, 136 

Hagenbuch, Kristen 119, 123 

Hahn, Jennifer 52, 132 

Hahn, Liza 83 

Hahn, Michelle 18, 74, 116, 136 

Halat, Selina 80 

Haldeman, Heather 80, 122 

Hall, Amy 86, 165 

Hall, Raymond 76 

Halpin, Patrick 52, 123 

Hammes, Jennifer 86, 124 

Hampson, Kimberly 52, 165, 171 

Hamsher, Brett 74 

Handel, Laura 52 

Handly, Heather 86, 116, 166 

Hanlon, Jennifer 52, 124, 125, 127, 133 

Hannigan, Christine 52, 124, 133 

Hannigan, Kimberly 82 

Hannon, Kelly 52, 122, 126 

Hansen, Bruce 83, 116, 131, 147 

Harada, Hideo 78 

Hardick, Tricia 52, 116, 119, 132 

Harleman, Jennifer 80, 123, 153 

Harner, Gary 75 

Harrigan, Sharon. ...85, 116, 128, 135, 136 

Harris, Pamela 83 

Hartigan, Gretchen 81, 123, 143 

Hartman, Glenn 76, 135 

Hartman, Michael 74 

Hartman, Patty 80 

Hartman, Sandra 85 

Hartsell, Charles 80 

Hassett, Brandy 87, 161 

Hassinger, Rebecca 52 



Hathaway, B Jill 53, 81 

Haubeck, Alex 75, 124 

Havener, Elizabeth.. .53, 84, 131, 147, 171 

Havens, Elizabeth 87 

Hayes, James 78 

Hayes, Tammy 76 

Heckler, Harry.. ..24, 53, 74, 117, 119, 124 

Heffner, Angela 53, 81, 124, 132, 133 

Heinhold, Noelle 86 

Heintzelman, Caren 86, 135 

Heinz, Matthew 79 

Heiser, Elizabeth 81 

Helm, Patricia 83 

Hendl, Jonathan 75, 162 

Hengst, Sean 76 

Henning, Kelly 81, 124 

Hennion, Jennifer 82 

Hepner, Carrie 85, 116 

Herbert, Karen 80, 121 

Herkner, Kerrie 86 

Herman, Jennifer 53 

Herman, Robert 74, 150 

Hernandez, Elizabeth 78 

Herring, Cynthia 80, 119, 128 

Herrmann, Tammy 83, 153 

Herrold, Amy 86 

Heslop, Suzanne 84 

Hess, Douglas 83, 141 

Hess, Samantha 78 

Hessong, Rebecca 84, 116, 135 

Hewson, Heather 85, 142, 143 

Heyl, Robert 83, 116 

Hibbert, Jefferey 76, 128 

Hibshman, Andrea 77 

Hicks, John 53 

Hicks, Stacy 86 

Hillegass, Jodi 85, 152, 153 

Hirtzell, Diana 87, 124 

Hitchner, Kristen 53 

Hite, Amy 53, 142, 143, 169 

Hively, David 53 

Hoag, Heather 85, 166 

Hodson, Pamela.. ..85, 116, 119, 120, 125 

Hoffman, David 78 

Hoffman, Kristin 53, 117, 119, 125 

Holcomb, Rebecca 83 

Index 



I 



87 



Holland, Shanda 78 

Hollinger, David 75, 162 

Hollinger, James 74, 150 

Hombach, Michael 83 

Hoover, Michael 82 

Horchler, Michael 77, 119 

Homey, Laura 82 

Hosier, Eric 75, 141 

Hostetter, Jesse 75, 141 

Houser, Benjamin 79 

Houser, Denise 86 

Howe, Barry 82 

Hoy, Jason 82, 141 

Hueting, Matthew 79, 123 

Hummel, Alyssa 53 

Hummer, Michelle 87 

Hunsicker, Gina 53 

Hunt, Tara 81, 116 

Hunter, Kristin 77 

Hurley, Lynn 87, 153 

Hyman, Susan 81, 125 

Hynoski, Debra 86 



Imperato, Victoria 79 

Ireland, Tammy 83 

Irving, Christine 81, 143 

Ivory, Ralph 82, 141 



Jackson, Christine 78, 125 

Jackson, Kelly 81, 128 

Jackson, Michele 83 

Jacobs, Wanda 54 

Jacobson, Heather 80, 117, 118, 119 

Jacobson, Laura 78, 145 

Janicki, Michelle 79 

Jansiewicz, Eva 82, 119, 126, 127 

Jarzynski, Jocelyn 54, 143 

Jaskelewicz, Brian 74, 116, 136 

Jefferis, Suzanne 78 



K 



Jennings, Tara 54, 127, 128 

Jensh, Elizabeth 79 

Jeziorski, Dawn 78, 135 

Johannes, Misty 78, 124 

Johns, Timothy 54 

Johnson, Jennifer 85, 131 

Johnson, Michele 83, 131, 166, 167 

Jones, Daniel 74 

Jones, Katherine 81 

Jones, Kimberly 86 | 

Jones, Lori 87, 124, 128 ' 

Jongtien, Daniel 78, 126 

Jordal, Erica 85 

Judd, Martin 119 

Jumper, Elizabeth 87 



Kabatt, Jennifer 80, 135 

Kaeser, Steven 74 

Kareha, Louis 74, 131, 136 

Karvelis, Elizabeth 86, 119 

Kauffman, Derick 79 

Kaunitz, Kimberly 80, 135 

Kazanicka, Regina 84 

Keane, Kelly 54 

Keefe, Erin 83, 119 

Keeney, Kelly 80 

Keich, Amy 80 

Keller, Nancy 87 

Keller, William 74 

Kelley, Susan 82, 131 

Kelly, Colleen 76 

Kelly, Heather 84 

Kelly, Jennifer 87, 125 

Kelly, Shannon 54, 153 

Kenien, Nick 74, 158 

Kenlin, Laura 86 

Kennedy, Janet 81 

Kennedy, Jennifer 80 

Kennel, Fran 76, 135 

Kensinger, Mindy 54, 136 

Kepner, Marissa 82, 166 

Kerr, Alison 84, 127 

Kerstetter, Renee 85 



I «8 1 Index 



Kessler, Kara 76, 119 

Kessler, Leanne 86 

Khanlian, David 76, 141 

Kidd, Monica 54 

Kiesel, Jeffrey 75, 141 

Killeen, Keri 82 

Kimmel, Jennifer 78, 164, 165 

King, Kristopher 79, 147 

King, Scott 54 

King, William 76, 119 

Kipp, IVIaria 76, 128 

Kirl<ner, Bethany 54, 132 

Kiscaden, Eiizabetli 84 

Kisty, Stephen 74, 162 

Klein, Mattthew 83 

Klunl<, Kathy 87 

Knerr, Stacey 77, 123 

Knorr, Michael 75 

Ko,Chin 80 

Kocher, Jamie 83 

Kodolikar, Neeyata 84 

Kohlweiler, Linda 76, 119 

Kohlweiler, Susan 119 

Kolo, Linda 54 

Koll, Stacy 81 

Kondisko, Joseph 79 

Koontz, Sherri 87, 136, 149 

Kopp, Jayanna 80, 128 

Koppenhoefer, Christa 54, 126, 127 

Koskowicz, Karen 80, 135 

Kotov, Ivan 77, 126 

Koury, Elizabeth 86 

Kovel, Lisa 83, 116 

Kraenbring, Heidi 83 

Kraenbring, Mark 76 

Krapf, Janet 86 

Krebs, Richard 76, 119, 120, 135 

Kreider, Nicole 86 

Krizner, William 74 

Kropa, Valerie 84, 135 

Krug, Kristen 85, 116, 131 

Kruse, Kristina 83, 152, 153 

Krusman, Meghan 77 

Kuehen, Jodi 86 

Kufa, Thomas 55 

Kuhn, Neil 75 



Kuliszewski, Lara 80 

Kulp, Jesse 83, 130 

Kutza, Richard 79 



Labbate, Alison 84 

Ladd, Martha 84, 124, 131, 147 

Ladley, Brian 75 

LaGrassa, Robert 74, 131 

Lamb, Wendy 87, 125 

Lance, David 78 

Lance, Hope 81, 123 

Landis, Sheila 55, 136 

Landry, Kristine 87, 116 

Lane, Eric 82 

Lape, Katrina 55, 132, 136 

LaSala, Laura 77 

Latch, Melissa 85, 116, 119 

Lavelle, David 74 

Lawrence, Linda 55, 123, 132 

Lawrence, Matthew 55 

Lawson, Lauren 82 

Leaman, John 78, 147 

Lee, Annette 77 

Lee, Edward 82, 135 

LeFevre, Charlotte 55, 116, 132, 145 

Leffler, Allison 79 

Lehman, Monica 55 

Lehto, Kimberly 55, 122 

Lemke, Michelle 83, 136, 166 

Lemon, John 82 

Lena, Michael 75, 121 

Leitch, Melissa 55 

Leohard, Shannon 83, 143 

Lesinski, Jason 78 

Lester, Jessica 76, 119 

Leuschner, Greer 55, 132 

LeVan, Karen 79 

Levinsky, David 76 

Lindsey, Monica 55, 80 

Lingle, Amanda 87 

Link, Stacy 87 

Liples, Stephen 77 

Lisi, Jennifer 84 

Index 



^89 



Lisinski, Jennifer 76 

Little, Kyle 77 

Liu, Hai-An 55 

Livingston, Luke 75, 131 

Lockard, Meredith 78 

Loftus, Jenn 77 

Logan, Patricia 56, 135 

Long, Sarah 83 

Loose, Beth 86 

Loose, Janell 80 

Lord, Catherine 80 

Lotts, Kimberly 84, 116, 121 

Love, Gayla 81 

Love, James 74, 131 

Lowe, Christopher 82, 123, 130 

Lucas, Richard 76, 117, 119 

Lueckel, Amy 84, 125, 161 

Lynch, Heather 56, 81 

Lynn, Jennifer 84, 131, 146, 147 

Lyons, Amy 56 



M 



190 



MacDonald, Kristen 87, 131, 166 

MacMillan, Barbara 76 

MacMillan, Heather 77, 119, 144, 145 

MacNair, Scott 56, 122 

Madden, Ann 81, 124, 136 

Maguire, Deana 80, 149 

Mahan, Jenny 56, 76 

Mahoney, Keith 82 

Maichle, William 75 

Major, Jill 81 

Makary, Mark 74, 126 

Makintane, Thabiso 126 

Malaney, Kelly 78 

Malley, Dana 80, 119, 131 

Manfred, Beth 56 

Manis, John 83, 131 

Mann, Gregory 56 

Mann, Roberta 81 

Mansueto, Aileen 81, 125 

Manzer, Deborah 56 

Markey, Sue 86, 119, 120, 123, 125 

Markley, Erin 78 

Index 



Marks, Michelle 56 

Marr, Ellen 86, 117 

Marshall, Elizabeth 87 

Martin, Brian 56 

Martin, Julie 86 

Martin, Karen 87 

Martin, Milan 74, 116 

Martins, Debra 83, 131 

Martocello, Jody 84 

Maslin, Matthew 83 

Massimini, Laura 78 

Mastellone, Violet 83, 135 

Masters, Debra 120 

Mastran, Amy 56 

Mastrogiovanni, Denise 79 

Matas, Amy 116 

Matthews, Megan 77 

Mattingly, Tiffany 79 

Maurer, Chad 82 

Maurer, Stephanie 81, 165 

Mayo, Edward 83, 162 

Maziarz, Robert 79, 146, 147 

Mazurkevich, Susan 81 

McAloon, Jennifer 85 

McCabe, Shawn 79 

McCall, Brian 74 

McCann, Kristyn 76 

McCarthy, Erin 76 

McCaughey, Scott 75 

McCauley, Mary 86, 149 

McClain, Melissa 77, 116 

McCleaf, Jennifer 125 

McClendon, Adrianne 79 

McClune, Kirstin 83, 145 

McColgan, Sandra 56, 127 

McDermott, Michael 75 

McDonald, Tricia 86, 116 

McDonnell, Elizabeth 57 

McElhaney, Brenda 85 

McElmoyle, Terry 83 

McFadden, Sherilyn 82 

McGinley, John 74 

McHenry, Daniel 82, 135 

McKenna, Suzanne 86, 116, 132, 145 

McKenzie, Scott 78, 117, 123 

McKinney, Dawn 86 



McKinney, Karyn 86, 124, 149 

McLaughlin, Scott 82, 141 

McLellan, Sean 83 

McManus, Robert 147 

McMurtrie, Kelly 80, 119 

McNamara, Kelly 85 

McNamara, William 75 

Meckley, Julie 77, 125 

Megury, Janice 83, 143 

Mellott, Angela 57, 78 

Meloy, Rebecca 57 

Melson, Laurie 83, 116 

Menan, Lisa 79 

Mecuri, Laura 82 

Merkle, Kimberly 79 

Merrill, Gary 82, 141 

Mescia, Lino 77 

Messinger, Amy 81 

Messner, Kyle 77 

Metcalf, Emily 86 

Metz, Alyssa 57, 136 

Metzger, April 79, 149 

Metzger, Heidi 83, 153 

Metzger, Kara.. .86, 89, 120, 125, 160, 161 

Meyer, Lottie 87 

Michaels, Robin 83, 116, 119, 127 

Mickletz, Jeffrey 57, 150 

Mika, Jennifer 76, 117 

Mikulski, Bernard 79 

Milic, Danijela 126 

Mill, Tracey 81, 116, 118 

Miller, B. Elizabeth.. .57, 81, 116, 120, 132 

Miller, Brett 74, 116 

Miller, Daryl 57 

Miller, Denise 86 

Miller, Jennifer A 87 

Miller, Jennifer V 57, 122 

Miller, Jessica 78, 124, 131 

Miller, Kathrine 86 

Miller, Kathleen 78 

Miller, Kevin 57 

Miller, Kristy 57 

Miller, Mary 57, 86, 120 

Miller, Matthew 83 

Miller, Megan 78, 129 

Miller, Michael 23, 57, 128 



Miller, Robert 79, 136 

Miller, Scott 58 

Miller, Sheri 81, 125, 132 

Miller, Stephanie 79 

Miller, Timothy 76 

Millin, Rhonda 19, 86, 121 

Milliron, Dana 87 

Mills, Crystal 87, 124 

Minin, Denis 79, 126, 131 

Mirkovich, Melissa 76, 116, 117, 125 

Mitchell, Matthew 79 

Mock, Aaron 76, 162 

Moffitt, Bethany 81 

Mohr, Andrew 79 

Mohr, Laura 84 

Mohr, Michael 91 

Mohr, Sallie 77, 165 

Mollar, Daniela 76 

Monaghan, Rebecca 78, 119, 125 

Montaperto, Kristin 84 

Mooij, Maarten 77, 126 

Moore, Anne 58 

Moore, Roberta 58, 87, 117, 132, 135 

Morgan, Beth 76 

Morgan, Jamie 83, 141 

Morgan, Melissa 87 

Morin, Holly 76 

Morrin, Joseph 74, 128, 136 

Morris, Alison 78, 119, 125 

Morris, Julie 81, 125 

Morris, Trevor 77 

Morse, Erin 83 

Moschak, Nicole 77 

Motz, Benjamin 78, 116, 135 

Mound, Louise 87 

Mountain, Inga 81 

Mountis, Athena 58 

Mowrer, Margaret 76, 125, 136 

Moyer, Amy 80 

Moyer, Christopher 77 

Moyer, Jill 78, 119 

Much, Jodelle 81, 122, 126 

Much, Kristen 76 

Muff, Tammy 79, 123 

Mull, Deborah 81, 116 

Mull, Scott 74 

Index 



Ji' 



Munjack, Jamie 83 

Munley, Maura 83 

Murphy, Erin 85, 116 

Murphy, Sarah 78 

Murray, John 58, 122, 123 

Murray, Richard 78, 130 

Murray, Shannon 85, 116, 131 

Murray, William 58, 116 

Murtoff, Mitchell 82, 130 

Musmanni, Nicolas 82, 158 

Muth, Stephanie 86, 117, 119 

Mwandina, Gresher 58 

Myers, Ken 74, 129, 135, 136 

Myers, Sarah 58 

Nagle, Beth 87, 125, 135 

Nalpathanchil, Jessie 81, 116, 122, 126 

Naples, David 77 

Natali, Claudia 86 

Nauman, Nicole 84 

Nealon, Melissa 84 

Nelis, Maggie 83, 145, 153 

Nelson, Christine 86, 131, 166 

Nelson, Holly 86 

Nelson, Laura 83, 116, 125, 153 

Nethen, Allison 87, 119, 143 

Neufeld, Glenn 58, 75, 88 

Neverson, Samantha 82 

Newman, Christine 87 

Nichols, Christine 86, 116, 128 

Nichols, Kenneth 82 

Nichols, Leslie 86 

Niclaus, Laura 86 

Niedbala, Kristin 58 

Niezgoda, Sue 86, 143 

Nigro, Kara 86 

Nogami, Allison 76, 135 

Nolter, Maria 80, 166 

Nonemaker, Gretchen 87, 120 

Nong, Van Puong 86 

Novinger, Alasondra 77 



O 



O'Brien, Megan 80, 135 

O'Donnell, Julie 80 

O'Hop, Laurie 91, 123, 149 

O'Toole, Stacy 85 

Oberholtzer, Michael 123 

Ochs, Jami 81, 165 

Ocone, Maria 87 

Ogle, Brian 83, 125, 158 

Oglesby, Rebecca 86 

Ogurak, Julie 80, 132, 153 

Ohlendorf, Catherine 83 

Oiler, Cathryn 86 

Oppel, Jennifer 76 

Orrs, Suzanne 83, 149 

Owens, Jennifer 76 



Paddock, Dustin 58, 91, 135 

Pahl, Elizabeth 83 

Palmer, Christopher 74, 141 

Palmer, Heather 81, 125 

Paneque, Vanessa 85 

Panner, Douglas 75, 141 

Papst, Jeffrey 74 

Parker, Brandon 82 

Parker, Christian 76, 119 

Paroby, Vanessa 79 

Parrish, Damon 91 

Passe, Saul 74, 158 

Patch, William 82, 136 

Paul, Brandy 58, 86 

Paulus, Jennifer 84 

Payne, Kristen 86 

Paynter, Arthur 119 

Pearson, Nancy 85 

Pedersen, Aric 77, 127, 128 

Pelesky, Amy 76, 116 

Pelligrini, Denise 59, 81 

Perazza, Dominic 75 

Perry, Jessica 59, 131 

Perry, Sarah 90 



1921 Index 



Pettersen, Kristen 87 

Pezely, Robert 59, 123, 136 

Phelan, Gregory 79, 130 

Phillips, Jessica 87 

Phillips, Kent 82 

Phillips, Laura 59 

Piazza, Amy 84 

Piefer, Tadd 79 

Pierantozzi, Maryellen 83 

Pierce, Amy 59, 91 

Piercy, Philip 59 

Pietrefesa, Patrick 83, 116 

Pisani, Laura 80, 127 

Pizzola, Jeremy 74 

Plane, Catherine 116, 125 

Poff, Lena 76, 125, 136 

Poile, Kirsten 85, 125 

Poley, Jason 74 

Pomeroy, Jodi 87, 116 

Porowski, Russell 82 

Powell, Julia 83 

Power, Kristen 84, 124, 128 

Powers, Kimberly 59, 90, 129 

Praul, Cynthia 59 

Pressman, Stephanie 78 

Price, Rebecca 81 

Printz, Matthew 77 

Pugh, Kevin 59, 82, 130 

Puorro, Beth 59, 90 

Puro, Hope 58, 86, 132 

Purpuri, Christine 80, 116 



R 



Raffensberger, Jodi 78, 131, 147 

Raimo, Jeremy 76, 88 

Raimo, Jill 76 

Raimondi, Gerard 75, 162 

Rainville, Renee 59 

Randies, Krysta 60, 119, 127 

Rapp, Deanna 82 

Rappoport, Erica 85, 116, 120, 126 

Rathmell, Carrie 86 

Rauch, Heather 81, 116 

Raver, Lori 84, 128 



Rawcliffe, Carol 79 

Rea, Kimberly 60, 131 

Readinger, Jennifer 60 

Reap, Kristina 86 

Reasner, William 74, 116 

Reddig, Michael 78 

Redding, Timothy 74, 158 

Reed, Kelly 80 

Reedman, Jennifer 87, 136 

Reese, Renee 60, 133 

Rege, Rebecca 86 

Reggie, Christa 83 

Reiker, Laura 77, 135 

Reinhart, Todd 60, 136 

Retier, Carolyn 81 

Renninger, Amy 76, 125 

Reppert, Christopher 74, 162 

Ressler, William 83, 130, 131 

Reynolds, Shawn 78 

Rhen, Melissa 86 

Richardson, Ann 60 

Richardson, Holly 86, 118, 123 

Richardson, Timothy 74, 135 

Richie, Susan 83 

Ridgely, Katherine 60, 132 

Risser, Ann 60, 119 

Ritchey, Andrew 74, 116 

Ritchey, Tami 76, 125, 136 

Ritchie, Teresa 77, 116 

Robb, Jonathan 83 

Robelen, Jennifer 85, 118, 123 

Roberts, Darren 74 

Robertson, Dawn 81, 125 

Robinson, Beth 60 

Robinson, Dana 85 

Robinson, Darlene 78 

Robinson, Sandra 83 

Roca, Jonathan 60 

Roddy, Jennifer 86 

Rogers, Jennifer 79 

Rolstad, Melissa 79 

Romano, Erin 85, 125, 128 

Rommel, Frederick 76, 119, 129 

Rorick, John 91, 135 

Rosenfeld, Ayelet 87, 128 

Rosetti, Karen 82 

Index 



p, 



Ross, Alan 60 

Ross, Sharon 84 

Rossini, Joan 81, 147 

Rubinkam, Michael 79, 128, 136 

Rubino, Robyn 87 

Ruddock, Amy 60, 81, 125 

Rufner, Heidi 83 

Rumbaugh, Christopher 74, 150, 151 

Runk, Kevin 61, 83 

Rusnak, Deanna 81 

Russack, Julie 87, 122, 132 

Rutan, Jeneen 78 

Rutkowski, Joseph 76 



Sabaka, Bethany 86, 116 

Sabo, Bradley 79 

Sabo, Tara 25, 77 

Sabulsky, Heidi 76 

Sadowski, Michael 74 

Sagan, Allison 78, 120 

Sakin, Debra 61 

Sales, Amy 86, 125 

Saiko, Rebecca 80 

Samolewicz, Jessica 86 

Sampieri, Allein 85 

Sampson, Richard 79 

Samuels, Sidoney 77, 121 

Sargent, Amy 80, 119 

Sato, Yuka 77, 126 

Satteson, Lisa 80, 153 

Saurer, Thomas 79 

Savidge, Kristy 61, 131, 132 

Savino, Edward 61, 141 

Scarborough, John 76, 120 

Schappell, Carol 80 

Schappell, Steven 75 

Scharfenberger, Michael 79 

Schellhorn, Lisa 81, 143 

Schildknecht, Matthew 91 

Schillig, Jennifer 86, 124, 133 

Schirmer, Christine 83, 119 

Schlegel, David 61 

Schlotterbeck, Michael 75, 128, 141 



Schmalenberger, Martin 74, 131, 147 

Schmehl, Colleen 61, 117, 119, 125 

Schnure, Zoey 80 

Schodowski, Francis 76 

Scholl, Jennifer 86 

Schork, Jennifer 61 

Schott, Karen 81 

Schuette, Pamela 79 

Schultz, Stephen 61, 150 

Schuize, Tawn 61 

Schwartz, Eric 74 

Schwebel, Kevin 76 

Sciarello, Lora 61 

Scott, Derek 77, 127, 128 

Scott, Regina 86, 116 

Scotto, John 83 

Secor, Dana 61, 122, 123 

Seidman, Andrea 76, 125 

Sentz, Danielle 79 

Servia, Stacy 85, 147 

Severin, Lisa 86 

Severin, Sergei 79 

Shady, Jennifer 61, 136 

Shaeffer, Jennifer 62, 145 

Shaffer, Mary 83 

Shanbarger, Aleisha 78 

Shank, Billy 62 

Shannon, Mary-Catherine 62, 123 

Shapson, Beth 77, 120 

Shaw, Lori 86 

Shearer, Roy 62 

Sheckard, Ann 86, 118 

Sheckard, Thomas 62 

Sheldon, Heather 79 

Sheninger, Robert 74 

Sheppard, Scott 62, 78, 116 

Shields, Alysia 86, 136 

Shiflett, Anthony 62 

Shifflett, Clinton 75 

Shinnen, Sean 79 

Shipman, William 162 

Shirai, Ayumi 78, 126 

Shockley, Jennifer 87 

Showalter, Heather 91, 149 

Showers, Nicole 87 

Shubsa, Carol 84 



1941 Index 



Sickler, Jennifer 83 

Sides, Stephanie 86 

Siegel, Scott 82, 116 

Silar, Michelle 87 

Silvestro, Charlene 85, 116 

Simelane, Felix 127 

Simon, Michelle 77 

Simons, Brandon 78 

Simpkins, Bobbi Jo 83, 116 

Simpson, Donald 62, 128 

Simpson, Mary 62, 132 

Simpson, Stanton 91 

Sinclair, Kerstin 79 

Sinkway, Steven 79 

Sitter, Lee 79 

Sleighter, Michelle 62 

Sloat, John 74 

Slothour, Jonathan 82, 120 

Smearman, Brenda 78 

Smeltz, Ian 75, 162 

Smith, Alison 87, 147 

Smith, Deanna 83 

Smith, Heather 85, 116 

Smith, Jeffrey 83, 116 

Smith, Karen 80, 125 

Smith, Kimberly 81, 125 

Smith, Lottie 87, 136, 160, 161 

Smith, Patrick 78 

Smith, Rebecca 62, 77, 135 

Smith, Tara 85, 136 

Smith, Timothy 79, 162 

Smith, Tina 62, 122, 123, 132 

Smith, Wendy 63 

Snavley, Arlisa 144, 145 

Sniffin, Alyssa 81 

Snook, Kristen 63, 125, 133 

Snyder, Jennifer 76 

Snyder, Michelle 84 

Soucheiron, Joaquin 77 

Spahl, David 78, 136 

Speakman, Scott 63 

Spencer, Robert 74 

Spicknall, Gina 63, 116, 132 

Spink, Laura 76 

Spragg, Andrew 77, 127 

Sprengel, Gary 91, 136 



Springer, Joy 82, 121 

Sprinkle, Joshua 63 

Stanson, Marcy 63 

Starr, Wendy 81, 116 

Stauffer, Kimberly 85 

Stegemeyer, Welf 6, 77, 117, 126 

Stehr, Jared 83, 136 

Stellatella, Chris 77 

Stem, Christine 63, 119, 131 

Stephens, Amanda 76 

Stephens, Rebecca 86 

Stevens, Tanya 91 

Stevens, Wendy 80 

Stine, Jill 81, 125 

Stoler, Abigail 76 

Stone, Duane 79, 124 

Storck, Stephanie 87 

Stover, Corie 84, 116, 143 

Stozek, Victoria 87 

Straneva, Katherine 63, 132 

Straub, Jennifer 78, 124 

Strehl, Laurie 81 

Strine, Jennifer 77 

Struble, Rebecca 79 

Studders, Eileen 84 

Stutler, Amie 86, 118 

Suffredini, Karyn 86 

Sullivan, Daniel 74 

Sullivan, Kelly 63 

Summerson, Diana 84 

Sunho, Do 75, 140, 141 

Swann, Susan 85 

Swantner, Ronald 63 

Swartz, Mark 82, 150 

Sweeney, Kathleen 81, 119 

Sypniewski, Jessica 83 

Szczesny, Matthew 79 



Tarrant, Daniel 83 

Taschner, Teri 83 

Taylor, Carolyn 86, 120, 131, 147 

Tendo, Kenneth 63, 74 

Terembula, Karen 85 

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Thiede, Lauren 85 

Thomas, Betsy 79 

Thompson, Christopher 77 

Thumma, Misti 80 

Tiddens, Machiel 79, 126 

Tinder, Jennifer 80 

Tinney, Michelle 85 

Todd, Gregory 75 

Tomas, Steven 79, 123 

Tenia, Piotr 82 

Toomey, Eric 63, 116, 162, 168 

Torbeck, Brian 158, 159 

Trawitz, Kimberly 86 

Tregea, Steven 64, 116, 124 

Trexler, Heidi 80, 125 

Triano, Mary 84, 116 

Trifari, Jennifer 81, 116, 119, 136 

Triller, Sara 84, 135 

Trimmer, Michael 124 

Trimmer, Rebecca 76 

Trite, Amy 85 

Trone, Jennifer 86 

Troutman, Michelle 83 

Troutman, William 79, 131 

Tully, Danielle 76, 147 

Tumolo, Marc 83, 130 

Turnbaugh, Barbara 76, 116, 135 

Tutino, Toni 79 

Tyree, Angela 86 

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Ufring, Karl 64 

Uhlig, Carrie 82 

Ulmer, Robert 64, 127, 128, 136 

Unangst, Julie 80, 121 

Urban, Kevin 77 



Vacula, Nicole 64, 116, 132 

Vagnoni, Lisa 79 

Van Boekel, Gavin 79, 135 

Van Camp, Sarah 86 

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VanTongeren, Martijn 78, 126 

Varano, Tracy 64, 80, 121 

Vichko, Kara 87, 135 

Visco, Jeannette 81 

Voshell, Jamesina 87, 135 

Vukmirovic, Maja 76 

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Wagner, Judson 83 

Wagner, Matthew 75, 162, 163 

Wagner, Melanie 64, 128 

Walburn, Jeannette 86 

Walker, Bobbi 80 

Walker, Christopher 76, 123 

Walker, Elizabeth 86 

Walker, Linda 83, 116, 149 

Walker, Michael 77 

Wallace, Ginger 84, 128 

Walmsley, Paul 64 

Walters, Kimberly 85 

Warfel, Melissa 64, 116 

Warner, Martha 81 

Washburn, Daniel 74 

Watkeys, Kimberly 116 

Watkins, Mark 74 

Watkins, Tonya 82, 116, 161 

Watts, Kristen 86 

Weaver, Courtney 84 

Weaver, Heather 64, 87 

Weaver, Jodie 64, 90 

Weaver, Sherry 81 

Webb, Daniel 74, 141 

Webber, Thomas 74, 117, 119 

Webster, Thomas 74, 126 

Weeks, Jennifer 64, 135 

Weldman, Steven 82 

Weinstein, David 75, 141, 158 

Weinstein, Jonathon 75 

Weiss, Natalie 76, 165 

Weiss, Shaun 76 

Weiss, Susan 80 

Weitzel, Michelle 64, 164, 165 

Wenger, Gretchen 85, 120 

Wenrich, Timothy 77 



Wertz, Jason 79, 128 

Wertz, Kimberly 87 

West, Daniel 77 

West, Olivia 86 

Wetzel, Nicole 86 

Whalen, Dana 78 

Wheeler, Susan 65 

Whelan, Elizabeth 86 

Whitmeyer, Erin 65 

Whitmore, Drew 91 

Whitney, Erin 65, 91, 125 

Wholaver, Jean 65 

Wiegner, Jessyca 86 

Wilber, Robert 74 

Wilcke, Sarah 82 

Wildermuth, Matthew 77 

Wilkes, Leigh 82, 123 

Willey, Heather 80 

Williams, Amy 65, 90 

Williams, Diana 77 

Williams, Kenneth 83 

Wilson, Amanda 65 

Wilson, Amy 87, 116 

Wilson, Ana 80 

Wilson, Charise 80 

Wilson, Deborah 65, 123, 132 

Wingenroth, Heather 65 

Winston, Jennifer 87 

Winston, Marimba 81, 125, 126 

Winter, Donna 79 

Winter, Patricia 79 

Wintergreen, Beth 76, 116 

Wischner, Lynn 80, 142, 143 

Wise, Kristie 65 

Wise, Wendy 85, 126 

Witman, Paula 78, 126 

Wojtkiewicz, Julianne 86 

Wolanin, Andrew 74, 162 

Wolcott, Richelle 77 

Wolf, Jenifer 78 

Wolf, John 82, 135, 147 

Wolfrom, Peter 78 

Wolfrom, Sarah 82, 124 

Workman, Leanne 165 

Wright, Carey 87 

Wright, Deborah 65 



Wullert, Stephanie 82 

Wydra, Jennie 87 



Yeager, Gretchen 77, 118, 128, 162 

Yeager, Gary 77 

Yencho, Thomas 78, 130 

Yeomans, John 79 

Yingling, Mark 82, 130, 149 

Yingling, Tina , 76, 125 

Yokum, Stephen 74, 150 

Yost, Tessa 86 

Young, Lisa 86, 135 

Young, Steven 78 

Young, Suzanne 65, 80, 153 

Yusinski, Anitra 87, 136 



Zachary, Dave 65, 123, 130 

Zarienga, Jennie 87 

Zavada, Erin 79 

Zavitsky, Maureen 78, 117, 135 

Zawislak, Audry 83, 165 

Zeigler, Melissa 77, 131 

Zimmer, Sarah 84 

Zimmerman, Lisa 84, 161 

Zimmerman, Stephen 83, 116, 131 

Zook, Marci 87 

Zorger, Valerie 80 

Zucker, Miriam 19, 131 

Zwiebel, Kelly 84, 128 



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